I have a 7" Android tablet for about 3 years, its aging so I'll get a replacement soon. I never owned a laptop and tablets 8" and under are easy to type on without a physical keyboard, and battery life is better than most laptops. So tablets suit my portable computing needs really well.
However I understand how some say "I have a laptop I don't need a tablet".
1) Do u have a tablet computer?
2) If yes, what model / size do u have and what do u use it for? If no, what about tablets turn u onto or off of buying them?
- I have a 6-7 inch tabletVote A
- I have an 8-9 inch tabletVote B
- I have a 10-11 inch tabletVote C
- I have a 12 inch or larger tabletVote D
- I don't have a tablet , and I would want to get a smaller sized one (less than 10 inches)Vote E
- I don't have a tablet, and I would want to get a larger sized one (10 inches or bigger)Vote F
- I dont have a tablet, and I dont want oneVote G
Most Helpful Girl
I have always used a Laptop, @Prof_Don but I am Now contemplating Getting one, perhaps the 10 inch to be Exact.
I find this might be a bit handier and dandier and with GAG in my life all of the time, I need to Upgrade Myself and roll with the punches and that Includes replacing my clam phone for A... Smart phone as well.
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Most Helpful Guy
I have a smartphone, a tablet, a laptop, and a desktop. The majority of my work happens at my desktop (and why wouldn't it - I've got a great keyboard & mouse, and a huge, high-res screen, plus it's the fastest computer I have), and then my smartphone. But I do work in the field, so having a laptop with a keyboard is important.
I could get much of what I do on a laptop done on a tablet (but not everything - some apps are only available for Windows), but it would take much longer and be more difficult - lots of technical typing with numbers and punctuation that are annoying to type on a touchscreen. Plus I can type 90+ WPM on a real keyboard. For me, my tablet is my least used and useful "computer".
But my needs are not your needs, and if you can do what you need to do on a tablet, then there are obviously lots of advantages; size, weight, battery life, etc.
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