Tablets like Apple’s iPad, Google’s Nexus 7, and even upcoming Windows 8 tablets seem like a great way to save on your next computer, while gaining better battery life, more portability, and ease-of-use. But are tablets really the solution? Not yet.
Many people ask us about tablets, and whether they should get one instead of a laptop. Sometimes we’ll say yes, but usually we say no. The problem with tablets is that they don’t have the power or features necessary for real productivity. Sure you can watch movies or do basic web browsing, but not even those basic tasks are fully functional. Continue reading