We’re in the thick of Summer, and for millions of people around the world that means one thing – Summer vacations! If you’re anything like me (and you probably are, or you wouldn’t be reading these posts!), you always bring PC with you wherever you go so you can keep an eye on your email, look up a local restaurant or attraction, or take a look at the next day’s forecast. The next logical question is “What PC should I bring with me?” To help answer that question, my PC partner-in-crime Ryan Asdourian and I pulled together a short video review of some of our favorite portable PCs – the wicked light Asus UX30, the media friendly Sony VAIO EA, the racecar-inspired Acer Ferrari ONE, the Best Buy Blue Label Toshiba e205 & ultraportable Toshiba t-135, the super-customizable Dell Mini 10, the fashion-forward HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition, and the bafflingly small Sony VAIO P. Check it out:
Now that you’ve seen some of our favorite travel PCs, Ryan and I want to know…what’s yours?
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