A Do-Everything Family Device from Top 10 Worthwhile Uses for Tablets

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I use mine as a small productivity device as well as a music and movie player for when I'm on the road as a passenger, but since I like to do so much at one and the touch interface doesn't help with my productivity I still have my other computers. My pride and joy is my Sager laptop built on a Clevo base. I don't care what the tablet fad users think or say a Tablet can never touch a full sized computer or even a laptop in power, productivity, performance, or versatility. It's good for you if all you do is a handful of things and only one at a time, but for users such as myself who commonly do more than two things at once it's only good to bridge the gap.

I like my tablet. Recently bought a Kindle Fire HDX 7, and started downloading a few of the same apps I have on my phone, Amazon app store permitting. I then started sideloading other android apps I use, but aren't available on Amazon's app store, or at least not for the Kindle. It's better than my smartphone for looking stuff up when I'm on the couch, or for reading comics, and it's also great to stream early soccer games that I'm awake for, but not motivated enough to actually get out of bed. I have a kindle e-reader that still works, and I think I prefer to read off of that.

Traditionalists may scoff at the use of digital tablets for art, but they allow you to do a lot of things you can't do on paper—especially if you're short on funds. Whether it's making music, digital painting, or creative writing, a tablet gives you portability, ease of use, and the ability to easily copy or share your works quickly and easily. It may not be your go-to studio, but it's a great tool to have at your disposal for creative tasks.

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