More Than A Tablet
Tablets are often argued to be devices that complement traditional PCs, rather than replace them. But when it comes to the iPad, it turns out they're actually replacing a lot of things. And it's not just laptops.
According to Brainshark, more than two-thirds, or 67 percent, of the 1,300 iPad users surveyed said the tablet has completely replaced books for them. Thirty-one percent said their iPad has replaced their TV, another 31 percent said it has replaced their camera and 32 percent said it's replaced their GPS.