ThatNaija Blog - Mobile users will overtake traditional PC users in 2015. This is a prediction by NPD but we are only in 2013 and the transition is happening faster than anticipated.
I recently purchased a Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite and I agree completely. I know it's not anywhere near the top tier of tablets, but it has it's strengths against both my SGS2 and my laptop and I plan to get a better one in a year or two. I was glad to notice how the author gave credit to both console gaming (including Vita) and tablets, instead of going full retard with the "tablets are the future of gaming"-mantra.
I don't think the tablets can replace the traditional handheld games. I mean, they are made specifically for gaming and have physical buttons. Maybe that would be another debate. To game or Not to game with physical buttons :D
I don't think tablet/smartphone gaming can or will replace gaming on a dedicated device, but there ARE compelling experiences on tablets, and in many circumstances one would be far more likely to have their tablet on them than their PSP/Vita/3DS. I think there's more than enough room in the market for all.
1 Reason Not to Buy a Tablet: You'll get over the fad after a month and go back to using your much more versatile laptop.
I use my tablet every day I can walk around my job with it more easier an more comfortable to carry
I want to buy one tomorrow for a road trip but don't know which one. It need to play mkv and flv files
Nexus 10. Stock Android and you can download a player for any file types you need on Android. As far as i know you can't play those files on an iPad.
SilentGegotiator, been a while.. Where have you been?
IDK, I'm really inconsistent when it comes to posting on techspy. I'm hard pressed to go a day without posting on N4G, though.
If you go to class, like I do, then tablets are basically only good for taking notes and surfing the web, checking e-mail. But, for me, I've always gone with the laptop and I've never experienced any sort of class issues or personal ones.
I bought a Kindle Fire not too long ago, it's great for walking around the house when doing chores but as far as gaming goes. No buttons, no real games.
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