Tuesday, January 7, 2014

HP Omni 10 Tablet

I cannot believe what I have been doing on this HP Omni 10 tablet. All web connected. I have had to learn differences between the apps in Windows 8.1 and Android or the iPad, but it works. I have to admit that some of the apps on Android or iPad are easier to use. I suspect that is partly due to Microsoft's plodding, mired in the mud, strategy.  One day they, Microsoft, will get innovative and who knows what could occur. 

Microsoft needs app help however they do not need one million apps that do nothing. 

True I cannot design web pages or logo's on this tablet but I have a laptop for that (also HP).  I have been able to do everything I need to in reading, writing, and 'rithmetic'. I can even use Dropbox. 

This tablet travels very well and with the Microsoft Wedge Keyboard and a Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000, I have the best of all worlds. Well, granted (as said earlier) the apps have a way to go.

Oh yes. I almost forgot. I have a stylus sold by "The Friendly Swede" that I purchased from Amazon

I think the iPad will become the kitchen device for recipes, checking the news and weather in the morning, and the note taking device that can be linked via Evernote with the rest of our devices.