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March 25, 2018


Tom Kirkendall

It's pretty hard to rationalize buying an Android tablet when you can have most of the convenience of a tablet along with a laptop by buying a Chromebook. I haven't used my tablet much outside the office since buying a Chromebook.


Yes, I still use my two iPads. One is my primary device for reading and surfing at home. I take the other into office meetings both for scheduling and quickly looking up something. Laptops would be problematic and more cumbersome at home and work.

I will likely buy a new iPad when the latest version is released in the next several months.

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