Devices on the Go (guest post)

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 27 2012 @ 10:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
The average person has many needs these days, especially when they're out. The modern world is all about being mobile.

As such, it’s important to have the right gadgets by your side, but there is often far too much choice. With this in mind, here are 3 of the more common portable devices, and the benefits each one can offer you.

Sometimes, the older methods are the best. If you're after something that can not only access the internet, but provide a valuable means of instant communication, you definitely want to stick to the humble mobile phone.

With the ability to send texts and phone calls, there are certain things that only a phone can do. With cheap options, from monthly subscriptions to sim only deals, you're not short of financial choices either.

If you want a bigger screen with intuitive controls, then a tablet is the way to go. With a large screen and touch-screen technology, a tablet offers a lot whilst still being small enough to carry around. Whilst it can't make phone calls or text messages, its internet functions, games and apps make it a very versatile piece of kit.

The humble laptop is one of the older methods, but it’s still very practical. It’s the only type of device that allows you to use a keyboard when out; not everyone is a fan of touch screens, after all. With high processing power and hard drives, these devices pack a punch when it comes to actual spec, as well.

This is a guest post by Kira Hanson