It’s no secret that, in today’s fast-paced world of technology, mobile devices and solutions are the way of the future. In fact, according to Comscore, mobile has surpassed desktop as the primary way to access the Internet. However, there are many misconceptions about what it means to “go mobile” and the impact that it can have on businesses that choose to do so. While the option to work on-the-go is enticing to many, there are concerns about being unable to achieve high-level, power-intensive workflows with the hardware and software capabilities of a mobile device.
Most computers can handle simple tasks—like word processors and emails. But, when it comes to big jobs that require high-end processing, graphics, and ISV certifications—like architecture, engineering, construction, financial power users, graphic design, video production, and more— just “handling it” doesn’t make the cut. That’s why mobile workstations, powered by Intel®, are engineered to deliver on-location power that redefines what laptops can accomplish.