XP - Tech Question - What's the best Windows-compatible Clone of IPad
It looks like I'm going to be doing some business travel starting right
after the new year; and I've discovered (as I'm sure many of you have) that
airline seats are now so small and crammed-close together that I can't open
my laptop easily, and if the guy-in-front leans back, it's impossible.
It looks like an IPad-like device would make all kinds of sense. If so,
I'll want it Windows-compatible, I'll want to be able to get a folding
keyboard (like I used to have for my Palm Pilot in the pre-smartphone days),
a mouse and . I don't know. Features.
What is the best windows-based clone of the IPad? If I'm going to spend
that kind of money, I want to get the best one, with the most useful
features (by this I mean I don't need great video game capabilities, because
I've never played one and don't expect to start), but I'd like one that
could show a movie, run Windows programs, mimic/clone Kindle, capture and
"work" enterprise email, present slide shows, etc. These lists,
collectively, have always been my technology "go-to-guy," so I figure I'd
ask you for your recommendations .
BTW - while I'm open to being referred to reviews and such, I'd really
appreciate personal experience testimonials (about good or bad). Thanks .
Ned Barnett, APR
Marketing & PR Fellow, American Hospital Association
Barnett Marketing Communications
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