What is not so good about Tablets
Tablets too have their share of troubles. To start with, unlike the Ultrabooks with their large SSD and hard disk drives, tablets barely have any storage. They come in different variants with a maximum of 64GB storage, split into onboard or onboard and expandable. On the productivity front, typing over the touch keypad is difficult, especially while typing long documents and emails. An alternative can be attaching a Bluetooth keyboard to the tablet. Even on the processing front, Ultrabooks have an edge. The recently launched tablets have got quad-core processors combined with 2GB RAM, but still can’t compete on processing power. Ultrabooks are designed with protection for their large screens. The screens of tablets are delicate and exposed if you don’t have a protective case. So, all the time, one has to be careful with the tablets. And if damaged, the repair cost of the tablets is much more than the other two.