Posts Tagged: Technology Rentals

Maine Computer Rentals

Maine Computer Rentals

August 13, 2010

According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Maine’s state gross product for 2007 was about $48 billion. I bet you didn’t know there are two products that are very important to Maine’s economy: blueberries and toothpicks. The “Pine Tree State” is the number one producer of blueberries in the United States and is also home to the largest toothpick […]

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Rent A Computer for Your Next Flight

Rent A Computer for Your Next Flight

August 6, 2010

There’s always the dilemma of what to do when you’re on a long flight. Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, it’s very easy to get bored while up in the air. Well, U.S. flights are working to make air travel a more enjoyable experience or a more productive time for their travelers. As […]

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Fan Expo 2010* Coming Up in August

Fan Expo 2010* Coming Up in August

July 22, 2010

Read all about the Fan Expo 2010 Canada that is being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Center August 27th- 29th.

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Kentucky Computer Rentals

Kentucky Computer Rentals

April 11, 2010

The Bluegrass state was the fifteenth state to join the Union and is the 26th largest in terms of population. Kentucky earned its nickname from the bluegrass that grows in the pastures throughout the state, making it an ideal breeding ground for livestock and its famed thoroughbred racing horses. It is home to number of […]

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Hire a Computer the UK Way

Hire a Computer the UK Way

March 30, 2010

If you’ve ever heard anyone from the UK say they plan to “hire a computer,” what they really mean is they plan to “rent a computer.” Unfortunately, renting a computer in the UK can be tricky due to the different rules and policies for logistics, labour, and taxes. Additional Planning is NeededBecause of overtime and […]

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Kansas Computer Rentals

Kansas Computer Rentals

February 25, 2010

Kansas, part of America’s Heartland, is one of the most productive agricultural states in the nation, leading the country in wheat, sorghum, and sunflower production. In addition to those products, Kansas has large outputs of cattle, sheep, wheat, soybeans, cotton, hogs, corn and salt. Of the 50 states, Kansas ranks as having the 32nd highest […]

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