These laptops have the rugged design, connectivity options, and manageability features business users demand
As any experienced traveling professional can tell you, not all laptops are created equal. Most designs are fine for consumer use, but business users have their own demands that need to be met. Laptops need to be able to survive all the bumps, scrapes, and jostling that comes with life on the road; they need to offer plenty of online connectivity options so that workers can plug in wherever they are; and they need to emphasize actual business use -- for tasks such as word processing and data manipulation -- over flourishes like music management and extra graphics processing power. If you need to be able to take your work with you wherever you go, give these machines a look.
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