Monday, 19 November 2012

Tablet Nation: What’s With the Touch?

The touch screen function that the tablet is known for is far from being obsolete. Manufacturers are trying to improve and develop new uses for the touch function through the various apps available online. There are tons of apps made available daily and there’s also no shortage of incoming pads and tablets as well. The Tablet Nation is here to stay for a little bit longer.

What’s the fuss about?
Well, for starters, the tablet functions as an information device. You basically use it like a book. With just the swipe of your finger, the pages move, just like a real book. The only difference is that you don’t have to bring those bulky paperbacks. And of course, there are other cool functions.

What’s in it?
It basically contains apps for different types of use. You can play games. You can chat. You can update your Facebook status or tweet. You can even order online and read your favorite magazine or book while you are on the move. Some tablets have phone functions so it’s really versatile. You can even take down notes on the tablet using your fingers or the stylus.
Is it really expensive?
True. Well, some of them are. It really depends on what your purpose is in buying a tablet. If it is functionality and usage you want, you can just buy other brands that are cheaper than the more popular ones.
Are frequent upgrades required?
It will still depend on how you intend to use your tablet. If it’s for fun, then you might as well upgrade. If you’re the kind of person who just uses their tablets as books and basically an external drive, you don’t have to jump the bandwagon.
Tablets are very useful indeed. They make our lives easier. Just don’t forget to charge.

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