EuroSterling
Tel: 0845 257 7745
Fax: 0872 110 4319

Brands

Quick Contact Form

Laptops have made the world an office

It wasn’t that long ago that office work used to be consigned to the office, or at the very least the home office or spare room. If someone needed to do some computer related work, such as writing emails or documents, or updating spreadsheets, they needed to go into their office and tap away at their keyboard. Of course all of this has changed thanks to the introduction of laptops.

Cheaper laptops that are more powerful, have longer lasting batteries and are smaller and easier to carry have opened up the world as an office for anyone to work, wherever they want. The introduction of Wi-Fi hotspots and Internet zones has also helped, together with Internet dongles from major Internet providers.

People can now work from anywhere, including places such as McDonald’s, Starbucks and even from the lounge of the local leisure centre. Wherever they are able to sit down and open up their laptop, they are able to have their own ‘virtual’ office. This liberty is a boon to those who want a varied work process.

Perhaps the best part of this new found freedom is that laptops are now also very easy to fix, should anything go wrong, and many compatible replacement parts are available. While in a real office with a desktop PC, you would need to call IT to solve any problems, with a laptop you just need to call us at Laptop Power. We can supply a wide range of laptop replacements such as laptop spares and laptop parts for you to fix any problems yourself, quickly, easily and at a low cost.

This entry was posted on Monday, January 25th, 2010 at 5:29 pm. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed.

Leave a Reply

Product Search

Your Basket

There are currently no items in your basket.

News Categories

Latest News

HP Laptop Batteries - Why all the Confusion?

The most popular laptop of the last three years has been the HP Pavilion G6 Series. The laptop was adopted by both Tesco and PC World in their 'back to school' push, and as a result is a firm favourit...

Lenovo Goes Up-Market With its Carbon X1 Range

It's fair to say that the laptop and tablet market is in a state of flux at the moment. We have seen Apple coming down market with some entry level smartphones, and Acer moving up-market as an early m...

New HP Laptop Charger Causes Confusion

It has been some years since HP last released a new laptop charger. Given how accustomed people had become to the old style 'Smart Tip' charger, it was inevitable that a new laptop adapter release was...