Advertisement Multi-tasking by James Kendrick Jan 11, 2008 - 3:02 PM PDT 7 Comments Advertisement Live from Vegas Airport. Not what multi-tasking means. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement 7 Comments Trevor Nelson January 11th, 2008 That’s us – users of multiple mobile PC’s living vicariously through jkOTR. While JK and KT go smaller and lighter we add machines – current count here is 2 laptops, Treo 680, Palm T3, and Blackberry 8830. TateJ January 11th, 2008 Thanks Guys. I thought I was the only one who traveled with a work laptop and a personal tablet pc. My tablet pc is always at my side and work won’t let me put it on their network. Hence, the 2 computer travel. Andrew Forde January 11th, 2008 Yep, I’m in the same boat. Company supplied laptop because I’m not allowed to put my own P1610 on to their network. Actually the trip I made this week had me taking three laptops – work, P1610 and my new MacBook. Talk about overkill! :) Trevor Nelson January 11th, 2008 Too funny, since that’s what I was doing when I saw it – sitting in my conference room in front of MY 2 laptops. Like Doc I need to use my personal one because the company one doesn’t have nearly the tools mine does. Our IT guy told me yesterday – “most people go for dual monitors, you go for dual laptops.” :) Doc January 11th, 2008 I hate to admit it, but I do that all the time when traveling ;-( My company will not get me a tablet… and they won’t let me put my tablet on the network through VPN. Thus I travel them and use both while traveling. Philip Ferris January 11th, 2008 Safe journey home mate. Mike Cane January 11th, 2008 Get outta here! No way! Can’t be! He must be watching the other one for someone else. Comments are closed.