quote: You can't do anything on a tablet worthwhile, not really. Even composing emails are painfully slow. Anything requiring typing sucks for most people.
quote: Chromebooks actually have productivity suites where
quote: ...it's just going to make a Windows laptop even *more* obviously the better choice over a Chromebook.
quote: - Crap/illogical UI
quote: Not matter what anyone tells you, the response is never: "that's a good point, we should do better", it's always a list of excuses for why the rest of the world is too stupid to understand the perfection of Microsoft.
quote: - ChromeBooks (ie laptop form factor, but everything is done through the browser. Wins are low complexity, more difficult for the user to screw up. Permanent audit if you want --- with security implication of that.)- Genuine tablet (iOS or Android). This gives up the high bandwidth of laptop screen, pointing device, keyboard, but gives you higher mobility and a nicer form factor if you are standing, lying, basically anything but sitting at a desk. Good for many non-traditional uses (package delivery, doctors doing rounds).- Android stuck in a laptop form factor. Hasn't happened yet (in part because Google wants to push the Chromebook remote server agenda) but it's only a matter of time. Gives you the laptop form factor advantages, plus unlike ChromeBook, you have the easier and more comfortable programming model of a C-like language running locally with only (if necessary) the occasional network calls.