Monday, February 17, 2014

Laptop Rentals Take All The Hassles Out Of Traveling With Your Tech

I recently returned from a trip to Germany and while I was extremely excited to be going to a country I had never been to before, I wasn't too thrilled about traveling through the airports. What's worse is that I decided to take my laptop with me on the trip. When traveling, the biggest fear I have is losing my luggage. That's why I decided to put my laptop in my carry-on bag. Well, that was no less of a hassle as I had to remove my laptop and all its accessories from my bag whenever I went through security and since I went through three different airports before reaching Germany, you can imagine how frustrating that was. But then I thought of the perfect solution to help me avoid this frustration in the future: renting a laptop.

While renting a laptop may not be the best choice for a recreational trip to Germany, it is perfect for short-term use. Laptop rentals from are perfect for on-the-go businessmen who are looking for lightweight, portable, sleek and powerful mobile devices. The best part of a laptop rental is the fact that you get to avoid all the hassles I faced at airports during my travels. Without having the laptop actually with you when you are going through the airport, you can avoid having to take everything out when you pass through security. You can also avoid the stress and paranoia of seeing your laptop broken or lost if you put it in your checked luggage.

When you rent a laptop from, you save yourself a world of frustration. Your Tech Travel Agent handles all the logistics of your laptop rental. What this means is that your Tech Travel Agent will set up the delivery of your rental to wherever you need it, whether it be a convention, trade show or even your hotel room, and will also deal with setup should you require it. This means that when you land, your laptop will be ready and waiting for your use as soon as you arrive.

There is another important part to your laptop rental aside from logistics and that is the type of laptop you want or need. offers a plethora of laptop rentals from all the biggest names in the industry. Prefer Sony over HP? No problem. Need a Lenovo for some serious work? Done. Rather have an Apple product to explore your more creative side? Sure thing. As the saying goes, the world is your oyster, with the world being laptops and your oyster being literally whatever laptop you want.

Aside from brand, you also have to determine the type of laptop you need. If you are going for the ultimate in portability then you can't beat a netbook or ulraportable rental. These laptops range in size from 5" to 12" screen sizes and usually weigh between 2 and 4 pounds. In addition to that, they are also less expensive than traditional laptops. However, that lower price comes at the expense of having lower specs. These are designed for fast, on-the-go computing and are perfect for people primarily using software. Full-size laptops are perfect if you need more modes of connectivity. So if you need multiple USB ports or various kinds of outports then full-size is what you want. Full-size laptops are also better if you need more computing power than a netbook or ultraportable.

Regardless of what you need or when and where you need it, a laptop rental from is the perfect choice if you find yourself constantly on-the-go and you don't want to deal with the hassles of taking your own laptop with you.

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Tuesday, February 04, 2014

The Possible Reveal Of The Samsung Galaxy S5 But Is It Worth It?

We are already a decent ways into this new year with Valentine's Day right around the corner, and now is when we expect to see even more new tech dropping. After all, it wouldn't be the new year without a new product dropping from one of the biggest mobile companies on the market right now. Samsung and Apple have recently been going at it with each other in terms of who's mobile device can gain more attention and is better overall. Both of these companies seemingly have releases every 2 weeks or so. Even so, we as consumers know what to look out for and know what we want. Tablets are nice, and so are laptops and desktops, but nothing defines us like our phones. With that knowledge readily known, Samsung is ready to give us what we want; The Galaxy S 5.

Mind you this is not certain that as of yet. It is still only rumored, but the fact that Samsung will be revealing their next big staple product at the Mobile World Congress Unpacked 5 event. They have given us a lot already recently, along with the upcoming release of the new Pro versions of their tablets. The Unpacked 5 event will take place, again, in Barcelona on February 24th. Samsung is known for making their yearly large product announcements around late February to early March, as most of know. Even with the name of Unpacked 5 and the release of the Galaxy S4 around this same time last year, it seems next to impossible for Samsung to not annouce the Galaxy S5 at this years event.

The closer we get to Unpacked 5, the more rumors we hear. The Galaxy S5 is no exception. The new smartphone is drenched with rumors. One of the biggest rumors is the ultra high-resolution display of 2,560x1,440 pixel AMOLED display screen. Should that be true, it ensure that the sure-to-be-large screen will give us amazing display quality. This along with the 3GB of RAM and a 16 megapixel camera have been accompanying the new phone. Couple those rumors with the added rumor of the 64-bit eight core Exynos processor (made entirely by Samsung) and an incredible 4,000mAh battery, and you have yourself a phone that looks to be quite the powerhouse.

The feature rumors share their own sense of hope and fantasy as well. Some say that we could see the new phone go the way of the iPhone 5S and integrate a fingerprint scanner as well. Of course an incredible battery life just has to accompany, virtually, any new phone rumor. Others are also saying that we could see a new redesign with metal chassis to give it a more sleek and modern feel. Again, remember that all this is just speculation until the actual event goes down. And even during the event, it is still unconfirmed as to if Samsung will be announcing the S5. Even so, it does seem a bit obvious.

All eyes will be on Samsung at the Unpacked 5 event. It is still uncertain as to what the flagship product is that they will be releasing, but the talk of the internet remains the Galaxy S5 reveal. Should this happen to be the case, Apple will need to hurry up with the iPhone 6. It is only expected that they wouldn't want to leave too much room in between for their competition to get a leg up on sales.