What is good about Tablets
The second most portable of the three categories is the tablet. Although heavier than the smartphones, tablets weight less than half the size of the ultrabooks.
Tablets are the perfect travel companion as they can easily slide into any bag without consuming much space. They can be easily held in the hand for long durations and can be used while standing as well.
Widely available in 7 and 10 inch displays, tablets are personal and flexible to use. These can be used for browsing the web, accessing emails and even reading books and newspaper. One can easily watch HD videos over the big high resolution displays, something the Ultrabooks still lack.
The touch interface offers great gaming experience too. Tablets are even good at taking notes, showing demos, adding annotations to the images, etc. Tablets get access to a wide variety of applications that enhances their entertainment and productivity experience. There are apps that can be used for calling and messaging, without much fuss. With the increasing megapixel count and better optics, tablets can be used as cameras as well.
With battery being one of the biggest driving forces for any gadget, tablets do offer a good battery backup. These can last for anytime between six to ten hours on continuous usage.
Lastly, tablets aren’t priced exorbitantly. Considering, the best tablet available in the market, the new iPad has a starting price of around 30,000. Today, we don’t even get the best smartphone for less than 35,000. As for Ultrabooks, we can’t even dream of owning them at this price.