Hotels and inns have courted travelers for centuries by promising all the comforts of home. Actually, I'm happy to forego those comforts—the cat walking on the bed, cold cereal for breakfast—in favor of getting all the productivity of home. That raises this week's question: Is it possible to replicate your home office when you're away?
If your laptop lacks high resolution, consider hitting the road with a monitor in your briefcase. This way, you can work on two screens in your hotel room or give a presentation without inviting your audience to look over your shoulder. Yes, I said that not everyone needs two or more monitors in a previous column but I also said your number of pixels—with a 1080px minimum—was more important than your number of panels.
What if you need hard copy on the highway? For most of us, that means trotting down to the hotel's business center with a document on a flash drive. But if you need portable printing—making handouts for a presentation, say, or flyers for a realty open house—you should check out the Epson WorkForce WF-100