Presentation. Does that ring a bell?
When I was still in school, doing presentation in front of a class makes me cringe. I’m not that good when it comes to making visuals and whatnots. And it is even harder since I have to make everything manually and by hand. And my drawing skills is awful, now and then. So imagine the laughter I get from my classmates when I showed them a couple of my doodles.
Well, when I started working I thought I was able breathe a sigh of relief since I’m not going to be making any presentation soon. But after a week, my dear boss asked me to do one, and imagine my consternation. I did my best to make a smooth presentation for the client. While it is far from my grade school and middle school drawings, it is was still a disaster by the industry standards. It is then that I realized that to give a good impression, having a neat presentation is in order.
But the good news is, we have the technology today to make one which will definitely impressed your superiors, clients, etc. No more cut-outs, drawings and pasting-on-bond-paper presentation. You can easily do it with a laptop. I know for a fact that any laptop will do when making slides and such. But having top-grade PC that has the features ideal for such occasion can spell the difference between a good presentation and an impressive demonstration. I was scouting the market recently, and I think I found one that can be of use in this kind of work – the ASUS TAICHI21-CW009P.
This Asus-made ultrabook is jam-packed with features and specs that you can use when making slides or flash presentations and during the proposal meeting. One of the finer points of this laptop is the flexibility. You can use it in four different ways which is itself is pretty great.
You can use it as a normal notebook and create stunning visual aids and text using your keyboard. You can play around some programs and add something extra to your chart or illustration by using vibrant photos and clipart. But be sure to make sure that it is still relevant to the topic that you are about to discuss. If you want to put a personal touch on your charts and powerpoint presentation, you can draw or sketch using the same device.
This notebook can instantly turn into a tablet. Just close the lid and you can now tap, swipe, glide, draw and doodle to your heart’s content. Mirror mode can come in handy during the actual presentation. Mirror mode shows the same image on back-to-back screen which make it a perfect replacement to bulky equipment and presentation machines like projectors, extra monitors, and VCRs. With the IPS technology, your audience can enjoy a wide 178° angle to get the best view of your visual aids.
Multi-tasking is also a big plus of this notebook. Say, you and your partner need to finish two different task before the big day. You can both use this Asus Taichi at the same time – as a laptop and a tablet. You can work your stuff on the normal notebook mode while your colleague can use the other side of the screen as tablet. Pretty neat, right?
Well, this laptop boast a lot of features. It is packed with amazing stuff like the cinematic sound quality created by the Asus SonicMaster audio technology, developed by the world-renowned Bang and Olufsen ICEpower®. And the slim and trendsetting design that is running in 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7 -3517U processor.