And so, with a tear in my eye I begin Part 4, of this literary masterpiece entitled “Tablet Computer / eReader Comparison” Electric Boogaloo: Rise of the Fallen. (more…)
It’s a tablet PC, no it’s an eReader, wait, no it’s a tablet and eReader hybrid. Confused yet? If so, don’t worry because you’re not the only one. As we mentioned in our tablet PC and eReader comparison series, the line between the two technologies continues to get more blurred, and for consumers this can make the whole decision making process a little complicated when it comes to choosing the right device.
So, here we are in part 3 of our Tablet Computer / eReader Comparison series. So far, we’ve compared and contrasted numerous features available for both eReaders and tablet computers. These have included the following:
In Part 1 of our tablet computer/eReader comparison series we learned that the availability of different grades of gasoline caused social upheaval, and poor fashion sense back in the 1980s. So, with that all behind us, we press onward to learn more about the differences between tablets and eReaders.
You know, I remember a time when you used to be able to pull up to a service station and buy gas. Yup, gas. Just give me gas, you’d say, and the Service Attendant would obligingly fill your tank… with gas. Them’s were heady days. Of course, I was a youngin’ then, and not behind the wheel, but that’s how it used to be, well… at least for my father.