Both tablets and laptops are convenient to carry around.


In the past, before 2-in-1 laptops were around, contemplating between buying a tablet or laptop can be daunting. Today, it's just about finding the one that's right for you.

With the new Windows 10 and Windows 10 Pro, it's time to get excited about the devices that will allow you to support all of your needs. The new operating systems made it easier to use, and it's packed with new features and apps.

A tablet's most common use case

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With Windows 10, tablets are equipped with a built-in app store full of popular apps. For instance, they'll allow you to play more games, listen to music, and get weather updates wherever you are.

With built-in graphics and improved battery life, tablets are more than capable of enjoying all kinds of activities for extended periods, especially tablets with Intel or AMD at its core. Tablets with those kinds of processors are equipped with the latest 64-bit technology and designed to deliver fast connectivity and security.

If you frequently travel while you do a lot of video conferences, a tablet is more than enough for you.

A laptop's most common use case

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If you can't afford a full-fledged tablet, then you probably want a laptop. Laptops are more durable and budget-friendly, and they can do more than just read books and watch movies.

Moreover, if performance and gaming is your top priority, then a laptop is the right option for you. It's equipped with built-in keyboards and a touchpad. It's also designed to meet the varying needs of its users by smoothly running multiple apps and programs.

Additionally, modern laptops automatically shut down unused processing cores to save battery life when not in use.

A laptop will be beneficial if you need heavy processing power. For example, if you are an on-the-go video editor, you should go with a laptop instead of a tablet.

Tablet's storage vs. laptop's storage
Solid-state memory is commonly used by manufacturers to keep the size of tablets down. However, it can't store as much data as traditional hard drives. Most laptops, however, still use a 500 GB hard drive. Most laptops will win in the storage department compared to most tablets.

Despite both being intended to be carried around, a tablet is easier to bring on travel, but it is less powerful. Meanwhile, a laptop is relatively a hassle to carry around, but it often has more horsepower to tackle complex computing tasks.

If you still don't know which to buy, get a 2-in-1 laptop instead.





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