Wednesday, 26 June 2013

How to manage computing at 33,000 feet?

Keywords: rugged tablet pc, rugged tablet, rugged computing, tablet rugged, in-flight computing


Computing is no longer confined to the walls. Today you want to stay connected with world that matters from anywhere anytime. Sensing the demand, manufactures like Dell, HP, Samsung and Lenovo to name a few have come with slimmest architecture with extra-long battery life. However, computing at high altitudes say at 33, 000 feet is still a challenge. Reckoning the responsibility, Techvedic, a leading tech support vendor, has come up with must-to-follow tips while you are on the verge of exploring the challenges of nature.


Follow the below tips to make computing convenient at mountain peak:

1. Avoid big laptop: This won’t be a challenge, as abundant options are available in the 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch categories. Take note of the product reviews offered by noted technology journalism portals like Rigviews, Cnet, PCWorld, and others to make your best pick.

2. Stay updated with technology: Getting updated driver, updating Windows, or installing developer recommended software patches won’t be a challenge due to the availability of Wi-Fi in airplanes or at airport. Avoid making any changes to your PC as it may give birth to glitches, lockups, or worse.

3. Share your connection

Choose a laptop or device with integrated wireless hotspot feature. Free utilities like Virtual Router Plus, are available to allow you share a single wireless Internet across multiple devices.

4. Fit smartphone gently with a special air-sickness bag

If attending calls or replying mails is the only thing that you do with smartphone then there is nothing to worry. However, all along the trips you can’t stick to a professional regimen, akin to a robot. Say thanks to special air-sickness bag. Without getting strained on your neck, you can watch blockbusters relentlessly for hours by hooking the smartphone with the bag.


Congrats! Now, you can smartly manage computing at high altitude or in-flight. For further help, contact Techvedic’s computer support helpdesk, as per below contact-detail:

U.S. +855-859-0057

U.K. +800-635-0716

CA 1-855-749-5861

AU 1-800-197-298

We would be more than happy to help you. We are available 24/7.


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