Some laptops offer up to 24 hours of use on one charge--but you'll pay a premium for the convenience.
KVM switches let you share peripherals between your laptop and desktop (or another computer).
You can get a capable laptop for $500 or even less, if you don't mind making a few compromises.
E-mail, VoIP services, and conference calls don't have to cost money.
Jott's latest offering, which transcribes voice messages into e-mail, has a few convenient features--and a few limitations.
With such features as larger screens, built-in GPS, and designer cases, the latest netbooks are upwardly mobile.
More lessons learned from 2008: Mac laptops aren't necessarily more expensive than Windows portables, airplanes are the new Internet cafes, and more.
Online services like SharpCast SugarSync keep your files synced on multiple computers.
Your laptop is a pain: Follow Jim Martin's advice and stop torturing yourself when you work on a portable.
Use video messaging and online services to communicate in more meaningful ways in 2009--without traveling.
A high-end GPS at a low price, a sleek Bluetooth headset, and more gift ideas under $300.
Give the gift of chat--video chat, specifically--with a low-cost, high-quality Webcam.