What Is A Portable Computer?

Lots of people nowadays require a high-performance computing solution that they can configure and deploy in the field.

To put it another way, they primarily necessitate the following three things:

  • Mobility or portability
  • High-performance
  • Configurability

The use of conventional motherboards or backplanes with plug-in slots for add-in cards is the primary advantage of a portable computer over a laptop or other mobile computing device.

This enables the installation of mission-specific cards such as test, a/d, or communication protocol.

Portable computers provide additional disk storage by using standard 3-1/2′′ drives and allowing for multiple drives.

Laptops are also quite portable.

However, there are a lot of reasons why laptops don’t work as well as our customers want them to.

Many engineering workstations demand CPUs that are not available in laptops.

Memory storage, i/o options, and even RAM for laptops all reach a limit at some point.

The hot-swappable HDD/SSD is a key component of our portable computers, allowing for quick data transfer, upgrades, and maintenance.

One ethernet port, a PCI slot, a DVD drive, and three USB ports are common on laptops.

Many of our customers are frustrated by the limitations of laptops.

However, laptops have limited upgradeability.

As a result, our portable computers are made for people who need a lot of power in a small package.

Portability

It’s self-evident why desktop computers aren’t portable. The wires connecting the keyboard, mouse, and speakers might develop a tangle.

Separately, the monitor and the desktop must be transported.

All of this is included in portable computers as a full solution.

Simply “shut” or “lock” the computer, and the clasps secure everything.

After that, you may either carry the computer to your destination using the handle or utilize one of our three transit cases.

There’s even need for a customized waterproof rolling case that fits in the plane’s overhead storage bins.