Knowing how saturated the market is with netbook’s and tablet’s these days, we want to hear your suggestion’s and opinion’s. Are there too many options available that make your decision harder when deciding what to purchase? Or do you feel like you should have several choices available? Either way, the decision’s not always easy for everyone so this article will help those who are currently shopping for one and aren’t sure what to do.
When you begin your search for a cellphone or computer you have several options, we all have been used to that. What we haven’t been used to are so many options when it comes to a netbook or tablet. If you aren’t sure of the difference, let me break it down for you.
A netbook Computer works on the basis of cloud computing and is usually very small in size and light in weight. These devices run Windows or Linux operating systems. A tablet PC is much more similar to your home PC or laptop and run the iPhone or Android operating system’s. I hope this clears up any confusion.
At the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) alone there were over 100 tablets unveiled, some for the U.S and others were for International consumers. However, there are still so many devices available where would you begin to look when you’re completely new to the product line? That’s what I hope to get answers to and maybe in return help those who are in the market for a new tablet know where to look.
Currently we have access to more than one iPad tablet, more than one Android tablet, a Blackberry tablet and also HTC tablets working their way onto the shelves. Forgive me if I missed any. Do these options make you smile and happy to have them or do they confuse you and make you unsure on which one you want. I guess it’s just like buying a phone, you get the one that suits your needs and wants right?
If you were in the market to buy a new tablet and had no clue what you wanted, what would you do? Do you go for looks and style or do you research and learn the specifications first? If you have already purchased one was it a hard decision for you? Did you purchase it because of the manufacturer or did you really compare devices?
If you are looking for tablets and need help, check out this website for starters. It tells you several specifications on more than one. Maybe this will get you started as well as this article and any comments we may get below. Let us know your thoughts!