Back in early November I wrote a post about challenging my tablet productivity assumptions, and set out with the goal of leaving my laptop behind (as much as possible) and doing most, if not all, of my work on my tablet. As per my previous post, this adventure in mobile productivity meant pairing my Nexus … Continue reading Tablet Productivity – A World Of Compromise
Challenging Tablet Productivity Assumptions
I guess it's fair to say that with the exception of full-fledged Windows devices, I've always held that tablets were little more than media consumption devices upon which one would be mad to attempt a full days work. While I still hold that is true with regards to processor intensive work such as video editing, … Continue reading Challenging Tablet Productivity Assumptions
Tactile Tablet Experience – Why Do We Ruin It?
How many times have you taken your tablet (or phone) out of the protective case to show it someone who wanted to try it? I know I have. You offer them them the opportunity to experience the device the way it was deigned to be experienced, with the original tactile experience, knowing full well that … Continue reading Tactile Tablet Experience – Why Do We Ruin It?
About Microsoft’s Surface Tablet And The Apple Fanboys
The amount of this crap I've been seeing in the comments sections of posts about Microsoft's Surface tablet is ridiculous. Regardless of your opinion about the product, folks need to pay attention to their computer history before opening their traps. Yes, I know Bill Gates actually showed off the first tablet at Comdex in 2000 (and of course there was "Windows … Continue reading About Microsoft’s Surface Tablet And The Apple Fanboys