On 8/28/2012 1:36 PM, John Young wrote:
> I will use it on the road as my Mac
> Pro resides in my office. Sold my iPad2 as that did not quite do it for
One thing I noticed about tablets is so many users on the road now using
USB or Bluetooth keyboards with them. Without a keyboard, a tablet is a
good media player, GPS, and web browser, but it's tough to do real work
on one even though the tablets with quad-core ARM processors are fast
enough to do most business related tasks, as long as you don't need a
tremendous amount of storage.
The $20 spent on a roll-up Bluetooth keyboard was well worth it. It even
came with a keyboard/user's guide that provided endless amusement, i.e.
"The effective electricity-saving can let two AAA batteries maintain
over 1 year in a normal condition for daily use."
Asus had a good idea with their Transformer, but their problem is that
when people are buying a tablet they think that they'll never need a
keyboard again, until they actually try to write something longer than a