I love tablets, but there is so much variety these days that I can't read about them all, much less give them serious consideration.
Huawei, Samsung, Lenovo, Dell, Toshiba, Microsoft, Apple, HP...
Windows 8, Android, Tizen, iOS...
7-inch, 8-inch, 10-inch, 11-inch, 12-inch...
With or without active digitizer support...
Crazy. I have serious doubts that this can continue. Consumers are creatures of habit, and rarely make informed decisions about what they purchase. Someone's going to get left out in the cold.
With that said, I think I'll go with an ultrabook. I really like the ASUS Zenbook UX301, the Lenovo X1 Carbon, the Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus, and the Lenovo Pro 2. I think I need a minimum of Core-i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD. Any recommendations? Any other ultrabooks worth consideration?
I'll be ordering one the day it's available. I'm very happy with my first generation Samsung Chromebook, and see no reason why I shouldn't upgrade by purchasing the new one.
Healthcare use cases? Think EHR, prescribing, and so on.
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