To buy or not to buy? With each day the decision to pick up a tablet is easier made. How can one overlook the power to edit docs, attend meetings, take notes, give presentations, manage customers, analyze reports all from one place?
Once you get the monkey off your back, do your homework, and find the best option for you, get ready for the big question from all of your friends, family, and colleagues: "what kind did you go with?"
You've probably grown accustomed to hearing "the new iPad," which sold at a rate of one million per day the first week it was on the market. Not so fast though. The tide may be shifting in the direction of Android, so don't be too taken aback when the Asus Transformer, Google Nexus, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab become common responses from your co-workers. According to a recent research report released by IDG Connect, business and IT professionals are beginning to express preference for Android tablets to get their jobs done on the go. More details in the infographic below.
If you've yet to select a tablet of your own, are you more likely to choose an iPad or an Android tablet? Why would you choose one over the other? Please let us know in the comments below. It will be interesting to see if your responses are in line with the research findings.