People buy tablets for a great number of different reasons.
One of the tops reasons is that you can actually touch and physically interact with a tablet’s screen. Who doesn’t like a good interaction? It makes everything seem more real and intense, for example, imagine playing Fruit Ninja on an old Gameboy or PlayStation, it’s not as good right? Thought not.
Another reason is because they are so easily portable – you may not be able to fit a big old PC in your handbag but you can definitely fit your tablet in ? You can be as productive as possible or procrastinate whilst on the go, (as long as your tablet is all charged up of course).
Finally, the last big reason is because their price point is low, low, low by comparison to other laptops; especially our It Tablets starting from just £44. Who wants to fork out a fortune when you can have a little gem at a fraction of the cost?
Furthermore, tablets are fast becoming more and more specialised. There’s tablets for kids (like our ittle tablet) and specialised gaming accessories for tablets. There’s also media/design tablets and software’s that have extremely large amounts of pixels and resolution.
Laptop – tablet hybrids are also on the rise.
A keyboard plug-in has now become almost essential for tablets that are used for business. This is why we’ve always had a USB Port to allow this. Tablets are ace for businesses as they can be used as a portable productivity portal when travelling from meeting to meeting.
Tablets are infinite notepads, it’s perfect for doing handwritten notes. In effect, it’s a never-ending mess-free notepad that prevents and saves so much paper being wasted.
What would you like to see in the future on your Android Tablet?