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For the first time in a long time I’m going to be traveling this summer for work. I actually worked in the travel industry right out of college and I traveled every chance I got. But it’s been about 12 years since I traveled for work and a lot has changed. The last time I went on a business trip, I didn’t even have a cell phone! Now I have a cell phone, a tablet and a laptop, which frankly is a lot to carry around. So this summer I’ve traded in my laptop and tablet for a Lenovo Yoga 3.
The Lenovo Yoga 3 is an Intel 2in1 ultra portable multimode laptop. The Yoga 3 is both a laptop and a tablet. The Yoga 3 features four different modes: Laptop, Stand, Tent, or Tablet. The Yoga 3 has an Intel® Core™ M processor, which is the ideal processor for multimode devices and others that require high performance with great energy efficiency. The Yoga runs on Windows 8.1 so I can sign in using my Microsoft account and all my programs and apps are exactly the same as my home laptop making it very convenient for working while away from home.
One of my favorite features of the Yoga 3 is how light it is. Starting at a mere 2.6 lbs and just 0.6″ thin, the Yoga 3 is ultra portable. I often throw it in my purse when on the go with the kids at their activities. It reminds me more of a tablet in size but a laptop in ability and power. I can’t wait to see how it works when I’m blogging while on the road this summer.
Of course my sleek new Yoga 3 needs a stylish bag for carrying through our travels together. In July I’m traveling to Utah, South Dakota, Iowa and New York. I can fit the Yoga 3 plus everything else I need for a day out working in the bag. I never thought I needed a 2-in-1 device, but now that I’ve used the Yoga 3 at home, I know that it’s the perfect solution for working moms on the go.
I’ll be checking in again in July to share about my travels with the Yoga 3! Meanwhile, tell me – What’s your go to device for business travel?