Tablets and iPads
Today, more than ever, people are using iPad and Android tablets. It can take some time to get used to using them as they are so different from desktop computers and laptops.
Tablets are taking the world by storm. Just a few years ago they were an unknown for many people, but nowadays you’ve got more choice than you can shake a mildly agitated badger at.
And with choice comes decisions – difficult decisions. Do you eschew Apple’s high prices, join the Android brigade and find the best iPad alternative? Or jump on board Cupertino’s lovetrain, and use one of the most popular tablets on the planet?
Tablets are fantastic portable devices which sport long battery life and easy to use interfaces. We love them. But they’re not necessarily for everyone in every situation. Like any computing device the first question you need to ask yourself is what you want to use it to do? If it’s a case of checking Facebook, surfing the web, email, reading, playing a few games, and things along these lines then a tablet is a superb choice – arguably better than any other type of computer. If you’re intending to replace your laptop with a lightweight productivity unit, then things are not quite so clear. Typing on a tablet is fine in short bursts, but you’ll quickly get a pain in your neck if you want to work on it all day.
We can help you decide whether a tablet is the way for you to go or perhaps, a more conventional computer. If you decide on a tablet, we can help you to make the right choice for your needs and then set up the tablet for you, including the internet connection to your router.
We have helped many of our customers by instructing them how to get the best from their tablet.
Please call us if you think that we can be of assistance.
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