There’s no doubt that tablets are great tools for doing many things electronically. But if you’re going to do anything more than just a small amount of typing, you need a keyboard, as in a separate keyboard, paired up by Bluetooth. Pounding away on the built-in keyboard just isn’t that efficient. What’s the best tablet […]
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