Is it time to switch to a tablet?
There's no denying that tablets are on the rise. Chances are, most people have had a chance to interact with the technology, whether by borrowing a tablet from a friend or wandering into a mobile store.
However, not everyone is yet convinced that the time is right to purchase a new tablet. Some are holding out until the price tag drops. Others are still questioning whether tablets are right for them.
It's this second group that might need some convincing. Tablet prices already appear to be on their way south, as more manufacturers deliver devices at competitive costs. But others may not recognize the benefits that tablets can provide.
Tablets have proven to be handy for a variety of purposes. Those in the workforce have found the tablet to be a useful productivity tool that enables them to work from virtually anywhere. Students, meanwhile, can use tablets to study and take notes. And consumers have everything from movies and video games to the internet at their fingertips.
The tablet is not necessarily going to be everyone's cup of tea. But for those who are looking for a little more flexibility and portability, the tablet can serve a much-appreciated purpose.