Tablets, a bit of both worlds
The tech industry has grown tremendously over the past few decades, and whether you’re an avid user of electronics such as smartphones or not, they have undoubtedly impacted your life one way or another. Tablets are one example of a popular device that had recently caught the attention of many, although the idea was originally introduced in the 1990’s, they only recently became popular. There are a wide variety of tablets, all of which have their advantages and disadvantages, however there is one thing that many will agree upon. It is that they provide a wide range of benefits.
Tablets, smartphones and laptops are all in a sense portable devices. Tablets were designed to present the advantages of a smartphone and a laptop while minimizing on both their disadvantages. Some of the many advantages are mentioned below.
1. Education – Commuting is a big part of attending a college or university, a laptop is usually your first choice of device, however tablets are able to perform most of the tasks needed by a student and more. Not to mention it is far more portable. You can read your lecture notes, watch videos, and even take notes.
2. Web browsing – Smartphones are able to browse the web, but it can sometimes be a hassle to do so. On the other hand, laptops are excellent for browsing the web, however it can be a bit much. A tablet will browse the web just as easily as a laptop and will bring you the portability of a smartphone.
3. Entertainment – You can play any game applications that a smartphone can, and play any movies, music or TV shows that you normally do on your laptop.
Tablets are often thought as of a bit of both words, it brings more functionality and power than a smartphone, but more portability and comfortableness than a laptop. And it is for this reason that they have a place in people’s lives.
- Choosing a selection results in a full page refresh.
- Press the space key then arrow keys to make a selection.