Media On The Go
As much as everyone loves media, it’s not always easy to carry everything with you. Fortunately, modern technology is always adapting and presents a few intelligent ways to get around any such physical limitations.
With this in mind, here are a few ways you can take your media with you. This can also work for other forms of files and data but, at the very least, this lets the most mobile of people become unshackled from a big bulky laptop.
The problem with laptops is arguably the space, in that the models that boast the most storage are either expensive or quite large. The latter makes it difficult to carry around where possible. Instead, you should invest in portable hard drives to expand storage capacity whilst keeping physical dimensions low.
These drives can fit into your hand easily and still offer storage of up to 1.5 TB; more than anyone will arguably need any time soon. Yet, as an external form of storage they can adapt to a variety of technologies. They’re great for smaller laptops and notebooks, yet they can also be used with any other device that will allow it.
Likewise, it shouldn’t have escaped your attention that smart devices are very popular. Whether it’s a smartphone or a tablet, these devices are great for mobile use. They can connect to the internet for streaming, if you have a decent signal, as well as having some storage options of their own.
Apps also provide mobile entertainment and other media uses, whilst the small size means you can carry around a lot more in such a small space. These devices are often hand-held, meaning you don’t always need a table or surface to use them, such as with a laptop, which can prove ideal on a busy train or anywhere where seating isn’t overly available.
Finally, sometimes the older methods still work. DVD’s have been around for a while now, meaning there is both an abundant range as well as plenty of blank DVD’s for any recording needs you might have. If you ever want to watch something on the go, then portable dvd players offer a highly versatile and mobile method of doing so. They’re small, lightweight and can play DVDs and MP3s, as well as view JPEGs. The SD card slot is great for this, especially if you have a camera and happen to be an avid photographer.
DVD’s are in no danger of disappearing, either. While it is possible to obtain DVD films through a brick and mortar store, you may be surprised to hear that there are numerous online outlets that sell just about any film you can imagine. There’s no reason to waste the time and traveling expenses going to a physical store when you can just go online and find the move you’re looking for in just moments. Start saving time and money by picking up new DVDs online and start watching your favorite movies at home.