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- Easier to use: desktop operating systems still come with a learning curve, whereas mobile devices are specifically designed to be intuitive. That means less training and faster adoption.
- Lower cost of entry: depending on your model of choice, tablets tend to be a cheaper option than a laptop or desktop computer. This can mean it's possible to outfit each staff member with their own tablet rather than having several employees share a PC.
- Flexibility through portability: the extreme portability of tablets makes them useful when desktops and laptops just aren't practical. For example, doctors can use a tablet to show a patient their scan results or to record symptoms during a patient consultation.
- Convenience: as an 'always available' method of computing, tablets allow you to fit more into your day, making them ideal for workers who like flexibility. You can review documents in the taxi on your way to a business meeting or can respond to important emails immediately.