One of the great things about being a web writer is not being tied down to an office. You probably carry a tablet with you wherever you go, or you’re thinking about it if you don’t. And while tablets can be great, there are times when you just want a little more.
And I’m talking from experience. When I started my web-writing business, I chose the most powerful laptop I could. It rivaled desktops in terms of processing power, and at the time, that fit what I wanted. Fast forward a few years and my powerful, and heavy, laptop now feels like a brick tying me to my desk.
For a while, I used an iPad and loved it. The portability and ease of use made working on the go so much easier. Most of the time.
I found that for projects involving lots of research, or lengthy or specially-formatted documents, the iPad often turned out to be an awkward solution (and that’s not including awkward situations created by the autocorrect feature on text).
So what can you do if you find a tablet isn’t enough, but a traditional laptop is just too much? Like Goldilocks, you can find an option that is “just right.”
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