I wanted an iPad in the worst way because I thought it was really cool and would be really useful.
But I was wrong.
It is cool but not useful in the way I want or need it to be.
I can’t type fast enough on it to make it work for me as a tool that increases my productivity.
Not a big fan of the keyboards you can attach to them either.
So it becomes something to use for entertainment purposes.
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I am not going to share that many words about tablets here, especially since I just said the iPad is good for entertainment purposes.
If I had significant spare cash I might consider getting one for reading books and watching shows.
It is pretty damn good and useful for those things, but when it comes to a need for writing I don’t like it.
That sucker just doesn’t do it for me.
I have been using one that was given to me by the office for years now so I am pretty familiar with it.
Familiar enough to feel comfortable saying it is not my first choice for a productivity device.
I know some people who say the MS Surface does a good job with that but I have never had the opportunity to find out first hand.
Maybe one day, I am very curious.
For now I think my Mac is doing a pretty good job of taking care of most of my needs, but I admit I am always interested in getting another gadget or two.
Maybe I’ll win the lottery and get a chance to scratch that itch.