Technology has made everything easier. Your cell phone can do just about everything short of raising your children… And I am sure there is an app for that! Did you ever think you would see the day when you could attend school from home? How about the day that you could attend classes and send work via your cell phone? Well folks, that day has arrived.
The Motorola Atrix is a smartphone designed to connect to your laptop using a dock. It has an application called Webtop where you can literally get your computer onto your phone. No time to send your work to your professor at home? No problem. Just sync your phone with your laptop and send it using the Webtop application. And if you are worried about anyone trying to steal your work, it has fingerprint technology in place of passwords.
Some courses require you to submit video footage, pictures, etc. With 16BG of onboard memory and optional 32GB card available, you have plenty of room to store everything you will need for school right in the palm of your hand. Also, with a dual-core processor, you will not have to sacrifice speed just because you decided to use your phone for coursework rather than your computer.
You can now access your desktop using Webtop to view, edit, and send word processing documents and spreadsheets using QuickOffice or other available applications. Sure, it might be easier to type full-length papers on your laptop, but if you have a free hour on the train on your way to work and want to touch it up or continue writing, you can feel free to do so right on your phone. Even for those students who need to use Web cameras for class, there is a program for that on the phone. You can take the classroom in your pocket everywhere you go!
Who knew earning your degree was literally in the palm of your hand?