When we talk by mobility we mean mobile work for or workforce that predominately works on a laptop and carry their work around

 

Mobile PC users face challenges every day that desktop computer users do not usually confront. Desktop computer users typically have a reliable source of power and are connected to a single network.

In contrast, mobile PC users frequently must manage transitions as they move from place to place. Sometimes you’re plugged in and sometimes you’re using battery power. You might be connected to a corporate network in the morning, a wireless network in a client’s conference room in the afternoon, and your home network in the evening.

You now have more control than ever over how your mobile PC uses and manages power. Windows Vista offers a simplified and more reliable power management experience compared to earlier versions of Windows.

 

Power Plans 

Power settings in Windows Vista are based on power plans. A power plan is a collection of hardware and system settings that manages how your computer uses power. Power plans help you easily balance the tradeoff between power conservation and system performance.

 

Mobility Center 

Windows Mobility Center puts the most frequently used mobile PC settings in a single location. Now you can change your display brightness, volume, power plan, wireless network, external display (such as a network projector or additional monitor), and synchronization all from one place.

 

Presentation Settings 

Presentation settings are options on your mobile PC that you can apply when you’re giving a presentation. If you’ve ever had your display turn black during a presentation, you will appreciate that your screen saver can automatically turn off every time you give a presentation.

 

Multiple Monitors

Anyone who has tried to connect a mobile PC to an external display knows how challenging it can be. Windows Vista simplifies the process by automatically detecting the external display and showing your mobile PC's desktop. You can then choose how you want your desktop to appear and customize the display settings, such as resolution and color depth. You can also specify that a particular display is used for a presentation, which turns on the correct presentation settings automatically.

 

Network projection 

Windows Vista makes it easy to give a presentation from a mobile PC. By using the Connect to a Network Projector Wizard, you can connect to any Windows-compatible network projector over a wireless or wired network. A network projector is a shared resource that you can access from your mobile PC—much like a printer on a network.

 

 

Windows Vista includes significant pen improvements that make a tablet pen easier to use and that further enhance Tablet PC functionality beyond that of laptop computers

If touch input is available on your Tablet PC, you can use your finger to do many of the things that you do with a mouse or a tablet pen. For example, you can use your finger to browse the Web, control objects on the screen, and even write. You can also use touch flicks—gestures that you can make with a flick of your finger to quickly navigate and perform shortcuts.

 

Noticeable improvements have been made to the handwriting recognition experience right out of the box. In addition, because personal writing styles vary considerably, and the vocabulary that individuals and organizations use constantly evolves, Windows Vista includes two new features that you can use to teach the handwriting recognizer about your writing style and vocabulary. These features can further improve handwriting recognition accuracy.

If you turn on automatic learning in Windows Vista, it enables the handwriting recognizer to learn your handwriting style or vocabulary by collecting data about the words you use and how you write them