07 Dec '17, 4pm

How far will you go for wireless connectivity? Intel’s PCs connects you without compromise. https://t.co/OpglB7GBxc

According to a new Intel survey conducted by YouGov, a majority of connected road warriors1 (69 percent) admit they always bring their mobile computing device on vacation, and nearly 1 in 3 (32 percent) indicate it makes them nervous to travel without their device. As we head into the hectic holiday travel season, we checked in with road warriors to see how they stay connected on the go. The survey revealed that road warriors demand strong performance and have high expectations for consistent, reliable and accessible connectivity. Survey highlights: Pet Peeves Slow Equals Painful: Seven out of 10 road warriors (71 percent) get frustrated by lagging internet performance and poor connectivity speed. And over half (55 percent) admit that the inability to quickly load pages (emails, web pages, etc.) is a top computing-while-traveling pet peeve. They Also Admit to Strange Behav...

Full article: https://newsroom.intel.com/news/road-warriors-confess-top...

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