Thu, 28 Jun 2012 9:41a.m.
Ever since Apple unveiled the first iPad in 2010, mobile computing has moved increasingly towards flat, touchable screens.
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4/07/2012 8:09:08 p.m.
I'm starting to see this trend at work. People are now considering whether to buy a laptop or a tablet.
The laptop will be relegated to the annals of history...
29/06/2012 11:11:22 a.m.
The iPad has competition... from whom?
Not from Windows as the Surface was only demod in concept form.
28/06/2012 1:01:21 p.m.
The screen will have to get bigger if your going to use the screen as an interface, like a view of whatever is being looked at, plus a keyboard.Eventually voice input will probably improve enough but currently if you want serious work done, you need a keyboard. Eg how would you enter a customers details with non-keyboard methods?A lot of work needs to be done with the interfaces as a lot of them are great with little data, but incease the data to access more records and they become slow to use gimicks. What works well for a few items doesn't work well in bulk. eg an E-Book I looked at, no search ability, your supposed to page through all titles. That problem fairly easy to fix, but there are a lot of that type.
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