No interest......not even .000001%
My only interest in a tablet is the instant on ability. Played around a bit with lightweight OS distros on my netbook, but it's still not quite the same.. I want INSTANT on with a netbook formfactor (want keyboard/self standing).
Chromebook was tempting, but too pricey and not enough features. Debating still on a tablet with keyboard, but I just can't really justify it with how infrequently I would use it... might look into a fast SSD for my netbook or something.
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I think for my use the tablet i get will probably replace my laptop. Ever since i quit playing Counter Strike and old school games like that all i really ever do is surf the web and check emails. I don't hardcore game anymore, i really don't have any time or interest either. I think it would be a lot easier to lay in my bed with my tablet and surf the web then sit at my desk and do it. And plus the Thrive(The table i plan to get) will do everything i ever need with the full size USB port its a dream. My I7 Vaio never leaves my desk anyways lol
It is pretty handy for reading the WSJ, or for some quick web browsing. Kindle on them is nice as well. But that's about it. Of course, if I had the Asus Transformer I might do a bit more on it.
If I had the $$$ I'd get a tablet and ditch my laptop. I played with an ipad when it first came out but I didn't like it. Too big and bulky if I remember right. I'd like to try out the blackberry playbook. I love my droid but I'd trade it for a storm 3 in a heartbeat.
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My family just had this debate and went with 2 netbooks for the price of 1 tablet. Wanted ability for the kids to write reports and papers with real keybd and the cost was hard to beat. Ipad and xoom tabs needd to be $250 starting price for 8G models.
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I'm still firmly in the "I have a 4.3" screen Android phone and a good laptop so why the hell do I need a tablet" camp. I can see the value of a tablet in certain work environments, but that's about it.