You're one of our more mature RFDers, Hugh. Both in humility, experience, and it appears... age (respectfully).Hugh wrote: ↑ (Didn't you give up on this notebook?)
It's not who is using the notebook ("business traveller"), it is what they are doing. Tell us what they (you?) are thinking of doing.
Some uses work, some probably don't. Which matter and which don't?
Think of this like buying a car. Would a Mini work or do you need an SUV? Or maybe you have both.
For me, this machine would work as a tertiary computer, after my desktop and my serious notebook. It's surprising how often you don't need a high-capacity computer.
It amazes me how much more powerful this notebook is than the computer I started on
Not a laptop, not a desktop, but it did include a desk.
I speak for myself. I can see this laptop being an adequate thin client for remotely accessing more powerful processing units off-site. If that's an offensive diminution, I apologize, but I try to be frank, my friend.