Ready to replace your netbook with a tablet?
After CES 2011, we’ve seen a lot of tablet coming out this year in all shapes and sizes. Everybody’s coming out with their own iPad competitor and with Android 3.0 Honeycomb finally in the release stage, this should be more exciting.
There’s just so many manufacturers who are into tablets (specifically the Android flavor) — Asus, Acer, Lenovo, Toshiba, BlackBerry (RIM), Dell, MSI, HP and so many more (including local ones such as Cherry Mobile, RedFox and China-based Huawei).
With all the press tablets are getting, the netbooks seems to be left in the dust. Nothing really new to add to an already-mature device like netbooks.
Before, it was an easy choice when given the option to pick a netbook over a tablet. This year, I think it’s going to be different and people will be thinking a lot harder given the same circumstances (so much so if the netbook in question is a secondary device).
So let me hear your thoughts — would you pick a tablet over a netbook or the other way around?