Help! I'm on info overload!

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Discussions' started by JenInMinnesota, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. JenInMinnesota

    JenInMinnesota Member

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    My basic question is is there any real advantage to buying an IPad2 or Any Android laptop? I'm used to android....it's on my cell phone. Do I have to pay a subscription fee to have a regular Android tablet?

    Even more basic...are the IPad2 and the other tablets basically equal?
     
  2. DJACID

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    Well the iPad 2 is a good tablet but with the android tablets you get much more fun,
    I am moving from a iPad 2 to a Acer 500 or asus transformer still thinking about it,
    With the iPad and iPad 2 I never paid for a data connection, instead used the mywii app on the iPhone to tether my connection...
    Performance I couldn't see any differences between iPad and the android tegra tablets
     
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    No flash on ipad
    Android is open

    Sent from my GTablet using Android Tablet Forum
     
  4. UGator

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    If you are currently using Android, I see no reason to get an IPad. Unless you like or want to be tied to ITunes, it will not benefit you in any way. I am biased, I think my transformer is every bit the tablet an IPad is and more. With the addition of the keyboard dock, it becomes a tool for creation as opposed to the comsumption nature of the IPad. I run a small Therapy company , and it allows me to get most of my work done on the road . I do not have seperate service for my TF as it is available as a WiFi only model currently - I use my hotspot capability from my Nexus one to get on line from the field. I like it so much that I intend on buying more for all of the therapists that work for as the stock becomes available.
     

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