Coke or Pepsi. PC or Mac. Israel or Palestine. Some questions seem like they’ll never have definitive answers that will satisfy everyone. But if there’s one thing internet commentators seem to agree on, it’s that there may not be room for netbooks and tablets. They’re wrong, of course, but whatever.
Anyway, Chippy from UMPC Portal and CarryPad decided to carry out a highly scientific test to determine which product category will reign supreme. And he enlisted the help of his son Nicklas. You can see the results below.
“if there’s one thing internet commentators seem to agree on, it’s that there may not be room for netbooks and tablets. They’re wrong, of course, but whatever.”
I personally believe we just come to have a different expectation of what a netbook in fact is; i.e. we will expect it to be a genuine computer with the performance and output parameters that permit genuine computing, rather than a device for media consumption:
I think I heard him speak his first words: Pixel Qi
Not sure you could declare the laptop the winner. Nicklas demonstrated the superior “portability” of the tablet at the end of the video.
Also, a true test would require both devices to be the same color since color is a highly influential factor at that age.
i think, tablet is better.my son already broke my laptop keyboard when he was 8 months.
A lot of tablets have glass screens, like the iPad, and can be fairly easily shattered if knocked around too hard. So on average the laptop is more durable… Watch the end of this video…
heh I thought he was going to choose the tablet for sure
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