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Tablet or Smartphone?
Tablet 14%  14%  [ 1 ]
Smartphone 57%  57%  [ 4 ]
Both 29%  29%  [ 2 ]
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:48 am 
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So I'm interested in opinions.
What do you prefer?
Is it appropriate to compare the two?
Is there any point in me thinking that tablets are useless and waist of money :) Maybe I'm not looking on the things from the right perspective. That is my main reason why I posted this thread :)

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I'm a happy user of a smartphone. It's so amazing how powerfull these gadget are if you have intermet access. It's a pocket PC. You can even admin a website over a phone...

But to be honest I like Asus Terminator a lot. I would love to have it, it's such a great product.

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Vasiljevski wrote:
So I'm interested in opinions.
What do you prefer?
Is it appropriate to compare the two?
Is there any point in me thinking that tablets are useless and waist of money :) Maybe I'm not looking on the things from the right perspective. That is my main reason why I posted this thread :)


So my opinion is that tablets are "sexier" and definitely more interesting, but its hard for me to say I would prefer them over a smartphone. This is because my smartphone is basically an extension of my body at this point, it is so necessary for me to have with me throughout the day that I could not live without it. With a tablet, I could definitely live without, although performing tasks, playing games, and browsing the net is MUCH better on a tablet than a phone.

I had to vote for smartphone though, because I cannot live without my smartphone.

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jeff1909 wrote:
Vasiljevski wrote:
So I'm interested in opinions.
Is it appropriate to compare the two?
Is there any point in me thinking that tablets are useless and waist of money :) Maybe I'm not looking on the things from the right perspective. That is my main reason why I posted this thread :)


I don't know how I could go on without either of my smartphone or tablet.
I am totally addicted to both!
BOTH gets my vote!!!!!!


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 7:44 pm 
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ahersch wrote:
I don't know how I could go on without either of my smartphone or tablet.
I am totally addicted to both!
BOTH gets my vote!!!!!!

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Fairly, to answer this question, I would have to say that the Smartphone gets my vote!
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About my opinion smartphone is the better option then tablet. because You can travel with smartphone very easily but it is very tough to carry a large tablet pc. Although The tablet has better and larger display but you can not carry your tablet every-where. And new generation smart phone loaded fully with lot of apps and cool features.

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It depends on Your need I would say. You need a smart phone or a smart little laptop determines what's better at that instant.


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You can choose the Smartphone.Times are tight, and a penny saved is a penny you didn't have a minute ago. It's not quite Ben Franklin, but it's true. Some mobile apps now available help you earn just a little extra cash as you go about your day. Since the majority of us have a mobile phone with us all the time anyway, why not make it work for you?


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 02, 2013 4:23 am 
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webrocky wrote:
About my opinion smartphone is the better option then tablet. because You can travel with smartphone very easily but it is very tough to carry a large
tablet pc. Although The tablet has better and larger display but you can not carry your tablet every-where. And new generation smart phone loaded fully with lot of apps and cool features.


Agree with you!


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