Starting the day off right with a tablet
Of all the people who can benefit by adding tablets to their lives, perhaps none is more appreciative than the morning commuter.
Businesses can use the mobile devices to provide employees with more flexibility, and students can use tablets for research and to take notes. But for anyone who's ever taken the train or bus to work, the tablet can be a welcome addition.
Gone are the days when commuters had to invade their neighbor's personal space with clumsy and all-too-unwieldy newspapers. No longer do bus-riders have to choose between holding their books open and hanging onto the bar for dear life.
With the tablet, commuters are afforded a compact, easy-to-hold device from which they can access their news, entertainment, social networks, music and more. With wireless connectivity, tablets allow users to browse the web or apps in real time, ensuring the information is uninterrupted and up-to-date.
By no means are commuters the only ones who can benefit by adopting tablet computers. But given their portability and compact size, the devices are a luxury for both the tablet owners and their fellow commuters.