It is a bit of a surprise that quite so many Seniors have decided to invest in tablets for their communication needs as the attendance at our iPad and Android workshops shows.
Maybe it should not have come as that much of a surprise considering the popularity generally of the small computers and that includes also laptops/notebooks or indeed devices we can classify as portable computers.
You might rightly argue that smartphones and phablets are getting awfully close to the same classification since they are more computers than phones.
But what are all these devices and how can you choose?
Are you in the market for a new computer or a tablet? And you have heard about Ultrabook PCs, but not quite sure what that really means?
Then you are not alone for the ‘Ultrabook’ moniker is bandied around for just about any small, lightweight computer. Nevertheless there are some rules that apply for a PC to be called an Ultrabook, and as the Windows 8 Operating System is to be launched officially by Microsoft at the end of this month and new Ultrabooks with Windows 8 operating system will also come out for Tablets and for Ultrabooks and PCs generally [as well as phones], it as well to be up with what is happening.