Tablets: The Future of Mobile Computing

Mobile computing, in simple terms, is a categorical interaction between humans and mobile phones. It involves hardware and software tools that are incorporated in mobile phones to help build a profound interaction, the abstrusely of which we as humans are unable to comprehend. Technology has rapidly grown beyond human expectation and scientists have claimed this is just a formative phase. With the rate at which technology is growing, believing that this is the beginning of the technological revolution is acceptable.

However, with the current scenario, it is obvious that tablet devices have stolen the limelight as being the trademark devices of technological advancement. Not that all, applications, and design features have fairly astounded us. Therefore, when we look at the future of mobile computing, the device that has proven to be the most sought after is the tablet. Nevertheless, whatever said and done, it is the advancement of hardware and software, which is going to determine the future of mobile computing. As for now, it is remarkably clear that the perfect integration of hardware and software has been realized in the tablet computer.

Enhancement of Features in Tablet Computer

A tablet computer is an enhancement of the mobile smart phone by being equipped with multi touch capabilities that use a virtual keyboard. Tablets are usually coming with the highest quality touchscreens and have stolen a significant percentage of the market share. Though much costlier than an average smart phone, tablet computers have been looked as being the future of mobile computing. The resolution of tablets screens are moving towards 1080p HD, and the ARM quad-core processors are leading it near the performance of the laptop.

The affordability is certainly a questioned that could be reckoned with but considering the features it has in the offing, the mania of owning and using a tablet computer just does not seem to die down. The tablet device has amused people all over the world with its impeccable looks and usability. Moreover, their continuously decreasing prices to obtain a defining edge over the competition have made them highly accessible to the general people.

The most popular tablet devices of today include the iPad, the Samsung Galaxy tablets, the Google tablets, and tablets from many leading companies including Motorola, Acer, and Toshiba. All these companies have been intensely vying for a considerable share in the tablet market because of the popularity it has gained. Companies like Apple and Samsung have come out with incredible tablet computers that have amused the audience. The simmering competition has brought to the fore the most unexpected innovative technology that has literally whacked people out of their senses. Such is the impact these tablet computers have had in the markets.

The demand for these devices is indubitably not going to stymie for the next generation at least. When people thought laptops and ultrabooks had once become the future of mobile computing, with the emergence of tablet computers, technology has taken an unprecedented turn, reaching unimaginable levels coupled with highly gratifying usability.

Game freaks and tech freaks have nothing to say about it either, as they have a better alternative to a laptop or PC. Tablet computers offer some of the most fascinating applications and games, especially the tablets that use the android market. Software and operating system platforms like Android have added an impeccable zeal to these devices. The only possible disadvantage connected to tablet computers is the lack of a real keyboard, an attachment that is essential in today’s world. However, the many advantages have overshadowed the absence of this feature.

This article has been authored by Vishal Shetty, who recommends , a company which offers to recycle cell phones and which also donates a book for each cell phone sold to them.


0 thoughts on “Tablets: The Future of Mobile Computing”
  1. Tablets are acting like a drug and people are getting addicted to it.Its because of the features it is providing.I guess Notebooks and PC are going to extinct in near future.Technology is going high tech making gadgets more and more easy to use and handle.

  2. Its very informative story! Always new technologies have some good and bad things. But i like tablets better than Pcs.

  3. tablet users are growing fast because it provide various features and easy to use.
    user want some easy steps to make their work simple.there is more chance that It can be the future of computing.

  4. The use of tablet is growing trend among the technology users but at the present these devices have high cost.

  5. Tablet application development is the trending concept these days. Owing to their bigger, high quality screens these devices work like wonders for hospital staff, retail cashiers, waiters at restaurants and many more. This device in my opinion is very good alternative for the lappys which would take quiet an energy while moving it around.

  6. Hi there, in my opinion with the new Galaxy Note from Samsung which combines both tablet and smartphone features there ‘s going to be a new trend in mobiles.

  7. iOS and Android will be seen as stepping stones or at least will remain confined to the small device world. Once one Tablet runs a full fledged OS like Windows, Apple will be forced to make a full OS available on iPad.

  8. Blogs are providing new information about tablets the future of mobile computing and get paid and we can increase our new information through reading such blogs.

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