I have to admit, I've always been a strong advocate for tablets. I find them to be really interesting devices with a lot of potential, both doing hobbies – surfing the Internet, eating multimedia content and even playing video games – like production jobs – taking notes in class, writing texts, or taking over your office.
Unfortunately Google doesn't think like me. While Android smartphones dominate the market more than their main competitor, we can't say the same for the tablet market where the iPad dominates most without discussion. And it is nothing less than the service of the people of Copertino is invincible.
Is the iPad the best teleworking product?
Personally I have been an Android tablet user for many years. My first machine was a 7-inch BQ, then I went through Google's Nexus and then tried some of them until one day I decided to buy a Mini Mini 2. At that time I discovered the biggest difference between Android Tablets and iOS for iPad
Is there a difference between an iPad and an Android tablet? Well yes and we're not talking about hardware. For the past few months I've had the pleasure of analyzing the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, a high-end tablet with keyboard and S Pen, more competent than the best iPad.
The problem is also Android. Aside from all the endless possibilities that Android offers us and Samsung apps in the case of the Galaxy Tab S6 or DeX itself, Google's operating system is not really used for tablet devices, especially if we want to use more technology.
On the other hand with the excuse of shutdown, I set my computer aside to work only with my Pro and the fact that it's been successful since the first minute. No, the iPad does not replace 100 percent of the computer ( to me it does not allow me to do certain procedures with the Administration) but for most users it may be sufficient. A better battery than a laptop, easier to transport and most of all, a host of high-end apps and tools at our disposal
Is the iPad a better product for teleworking or for students? Of course for most users the answer is yes. It is not true that Microsoft & # 39; s Surface is a great product, not unfortunately they are still fully computerized with all the good and bad aspects involved, but they are also very expensive.
And since it is simply stated that iPads are expensive products, this cannot be true. You don't need an iPad Pro to enjoy the best iPad experience because Apple has the cheapest and most amazingly efficient devices.
For example, to browse the web we can get the latest 102-inch iPad for only 330 euros, that is, a discount of over 70 euros compared to its official price. In addition, we can buy an Apple Pencil to make our experience better and we can also use a wireless keyboard and connect the mouse to the iPad to turn it into a computer-like device.
The fact is that Google should learn from Apple on this, but due to the past and the fact that the big G didn't go, we tablet lovers didn't leave there is nothing else but to keep betting on iPads