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A tablet computer, or a tablet, is a mobile computer, larger than a mobile phone or personal digital assistant, integrated into a flat touch screen and primarily operated by touching the screen rather than using a physical keyboard. It often uses an onscreen virtual keyboard, a passive stylus pen, or a digital pen.[1][2][3] The term may also apply to a variety of form factors that differ in position of the screen with respect to a keyboard. The standard form is called slate, which does not have an integrated keyboard but may be connected to one with a wireless link or a USB port. Convertible notebook computers have an integrated keyboard that can be hidden by a swivel joint or slide joint, exposing only the screen for touch operation. Hybrids have a detachable keyboard so that the touch screen can be used as a stand-alone tablet. Booklets include two touch screens, and can be used as a notebook by displaying a virtual keyboard in one of them.
Posted: 04-03-2012 @ 18:32:08
A tablet computer, or a tablet, is a mobile computer, larger than a mobile phone or personal digital assistant, integrated into a flat touch screen and primarily operated by touching the screen rather than using a physical keyboard. It often uses an onscreen virtual keyboard, a passive stylus pen, or a digital pen.[1][2][3] The term may also apply to a variety of form factors that differ in position of the screen with respect to a keyboard. The standard form is called slate, which does not have an integrated keyboard but may be connected to one with a wireless link or a USB port. Convertible notebook computers have an integrated keyboard that can be hidden by a swivel joint or slide joint, exposing only the screen for touch operation. Hybrids have a detachable keyboard so that the touch screen can be used as a stand-alone tablet. Booklets include two touch screens, and can be used as a notebook by displaying a virtual keyboard in one of them.
Posted: 01-03-2012 @ 17:36:34
Tablets and smartphones both offer mobility. However, smartphones deliver even more mobility, making them an ideal option for road warriors and others who spend time away from home. One of the key reasons many people opt for tablets over lightweight computers is their operating systems. Unlike PCs, tablets come with mobile operating systems that are designed to deliver mobile productivity. However, smartphones offer mobile operating systems too. And in some cases -- especially in the BlackBerry and Android ecosystems -- those operating systems work better on smartphones. Applications are a key selling point for today’s mobile products. That said, those who want the best selection of applications should opt for a smartphone over a tablet. There are currently over 425,000 applications available in Apple’s App Store, but there are only 100,000 applications optimized for the iPad. If that doesn’t say everything one needs to know about applications and mobile products, what does? The obvious advantage smartphones have over tablets is that they can double as phones. Tablets are great for getting work done and surfing the Web. But when a phone call needs to be made, they’re useless. Smartphones offer all the same functionality, but allow for phone calling. That’s a major selling point that can’t be overlooked. When Apple offers up iOS 5, the company will deliver a new feature called iMessage that lets users send text and multimedia messages to other iOS-based devices. Tablets can also be used for instant-messaging applications. But the key feature they’re lacking is SMS. For smartphones, instant messaging and iMessage-like services are also available. However, the addition of SMS gives them the advantage to trump tablets.There’s little debating that tablets are mobile. But whenever a person is at the store, having dinner, or walking around town, they typically don’t have any way to carry a tablet with them. In many cases, it’s simply impractical. But with smartphones, that’s not the case. The handsets can be tossed into a pocket and quickly accessed in any of those scenarios. The “pocket-ability” factor is extremely important to keep in mind. thats why mobile/smartphones are better
Posted: 02-09-2011 @ 16:16:34
they are very different. tablets cannot be taken everywhere but mobiles are taken anywhere.But tablets are better.
Posted: 02-09-2011 @ 15:10:46
yes. tablets are better than mobiles. in the futture tablets can play very important role.
Posted: 05-06-2011 @ 20:01:19
yes
Posted: 05-06-2011 @ 18:30:57
Well there is almost no competition between the two. Both are different in their own ways. You can really compare them. Pads are more like a Computer tough it can neva replace them. Also they are heavy & big, you can carry them in your pocket. So mobile are for easy mobility.
Posted: 05-06-2011 @ 17:41:30
ya
Posted: 05-06-2011 @ 15:20:49
Surely!
Posted: 05-06-2011 @ 15:00:59
yes
Posted: 05-06-2011 @ 12:52:27
It's depend on your requirement.... But Table is better than Mobile....
Posted: 05-06-2011 @ 10:39:04
Yes there is no doubt to the fact that tablets are better than mobiles since it meets the features of both the worlds of a computer & mobile. Its function & features are similar to a computer but one main advantage is that it is portable & can be carried to any places. Feature wise: It has good processor, storage, good multimedia experience, nice apps that can help u in some productive work & a nice connectivity option like WiFi, 3G HSDPA. Overall it is a good choice to buy & to use it.
Posted: 04-06-2011 @ 19:31:19
no its wrong
Posted: 04-06-2011 @ 15:12:22
yes
Posted: 04-06-2011 @ 14:22:42
of cource ,,tablets is far batter the mobile,,its has more feature than mobile,and it makes user more smarter
Posted: 04-06-2011 @ 02:11:48
yes it very nice to as a system
Posted: 03-06-2011 @ 23:36:00
yaaaaaaaaaaa
Posted: 03-06-2011 @ 23:35:21