That's me sitting on the balcony of my suite at the DoubleTree by Hilton Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa in Sunny Isles Beach last weekend.
See that view? I didn't want to miss a single second of enjoying it while I caught up on some work!
Now, this was my family's little staycation - and I was trying really hard not to work during our time there! But as many of my blogging and freelancing friends know, you can't ever really take time off when you are trying to run a business. I know...not even one day.
I was determined to unwind, relax and enjoy my family as much as possible while we were in Sunny Isles Beach, so I left my laptop at home and just brought along my Acer Iconia W510 that I am reviewing as part of the Windows 8 #TabletCrew for #IntelTablets .
This Windows 8 tablet, with it's super-fast Intel processor, allows me to get online and access Google Drive, along with WordPress, my email and all of my social media networks (should I want to chat with friends after Angeline goes to bed and Chris starts playing his games). Everything I need to blog while away from home is right there at my fingertips with my Windows 8 tablet!
Content and/or other value provided by our partner, Intel.
Anything I would ordinarily do with my laptop, with the exception of downloading my photos from my camera, I can do right there on my Acer Iconia Windows 8 tablet!
I can even take photos with the tablet - it has a crazy awesome, 8 megapixel camera - and edit them and upload them right into my social networks. I can even add them into my blog posts when I am working in WordPress. It's pretty cool!
Of course, I didn't just use my tablet for work while we were in Sunny Isles Beach. I also checked out surrounding restaurants and found things to do, shared photos of the gorgeous Sunny Isles Beach with my friends through Facebook and Twitter!
I love that I have the power of a laptop in this nice little tablet, so that my bags aren't weighed down when I am traveling. Do you use a tablet when you travel or do you take your laptop with you?
This post is brought to you as part of a review campaign for the Windows 8 tablet crew through Social Chorus. I received an Acer Iconia W510 tablet for review purposes, but all opinions are my own.