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Windows Tablets but not the iPad
Tablets are great for portability, which is the only benefit my dual core tablet running Win7 (now Win8) has over a notebook. Sure, I can attach a keyboard and mouse to it, and use it as one does a notebook, but its portability om public transport makes it a boon. For me, a technical instructor, it must run a real operating system and be capable of having real applications (Office, Photoshop, etc) installed. Otherwise, like the iPad, its just an expensive fashion toy with no real meaning. Unless one runs a Citrix client on it, in which case it then becomes a window into a proper operating system.