For those of you who haven’t used an e-reader or don’t know what it is, It is essentially an electronic book. Now there are many apps out there in the world that allow you to just get a book on your smartphone and you can just read it on that. Now, I don’t know about you but that doesn’t really work for me. I can’t spend endless amounts of time reading on my phone, Unless the group chat is getting interesting. This is where the Kindle comes in.
You see a lot of things online that say if you want to be a true PC gamer then you have to have a custom build…In my opinion that’s not true. Personally I believe that to be a true gamer is to be about the game. It doesn’t matter if you have an out-the-box PC, a custom build made by yourself or even a console of your choosing.
Personally, I would so no. Although some of the more recent Windows based tablets look as if they would come close I still don’t think that they would be able to replace a laptop. That being said it very much depends on what you use your laptop for, If you use it for nothing more than watching videos, dabbling with social media and sending emails then you don’t even need a tablet…You can just get a smartphone, the screens are big enough at the minute.
I don’t know about you but when I think about home automation I immediately think of a Tony Stark mansion where Jarvis will do everything from turning the TV on to putting the kettle on. This kind of thing was assumed to be something of Sci-Fi films but as we know it is not far off.
To put it simply they are built differently, with a different purpose. Saying that, it might lead you to think that the hardware that is used within them is much different…But that’s not the case. The real difference lies with the firmware and the drivers which deal with the GPU.