Posts Tagged: Laptops

Should Laptops Be Allowed on Flights?

Should Laptops Be Allowed on Flights?

November 10, 2017

  Over the course of the last several months, there has been much ado about safety and security when it comes to laptops and other electronic devices. First the concern was about security. Then the concern turned to safety. Let’s take a moment to dissect these confusing findings and explore other options available to you, […]

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The 300 | Anatomy of a Massive Laptop Rental

The 300 | Anatomy of a Massive Laptop Rental

September 22, 2016

Arguably the two of the biggest Events for 2016 happened in July—when both of the major political parties confirmed their nominees for President of the United States. The Republicans celebrated their nominee in Cleveland OH, the city that coined the phrase Rock and Roll, and where four-time Olympic gold-medalist Jesse Owens grew up. One week […]

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Staff Fluctuations? No Problem With Rentacomputer.com

Staff Fluctuations? No Problem With Rentacomputer.com

January 4, 2016

Save Money When Staff Fluctuates Did you know that if your company uses seasonal employees or experiences fluctuations in staffing a short term technology rental from Rentacomputer.com can save you time and money! Such situations are very common during this time of year as a lot of companies bring on extra staff to make it through […]

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Acer Launches First Windows 10 Devices

Acer Launches First Windows 10 Devices

October 12, 2015

Microsoft last week announced a host of hardware that takes advantage of the newly refined Windows 10 operating system. As a result other companies, like Acer, have decided to do the same thing. Acer recently announced two new computers, both of which are powered by Windows 10, at  a press conference in Taipei. These two […]

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LG Debuts First American Laptop With The LG Gram Series

LG Debuts First American Laptop With The LG Gram Series

September 28, 2015

LG is  known for a lot of things: televisions, smartphones, even appliances. However, there is one thing that the Korean electronics company doesn’t really compete with and that is the computer industry. That may be changing, though, especially with American consumers. LG is officially releasing its first laptop in America. LG is jumping into a […]

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We Could See Wireless Desktops As Early As 2016

We Could See Wireless Desktops As Early As 2016

September 4, 2015

Over the last 20 years, Intel has managed to pack quite a large amount of computing power into small packages while also cutting power consumption and dissipation at the same time. If you add that to the almost total lack of competition in the x86 market, the lackluster PC market and the absence of software […]

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