Tablets Changing the Way We do Business

Now is a good time to invest in a tablet. Broadband Genie's Joe Linford illuminates some of the best ways tablet computers can increase productivity.

San Diego, CA, January 25, 2012 --( Connectivity, portability, and app availability all factor in to the appeal of the tablet computer. Wireless and mobile broadband network enabled devices allow a portable workstation that can be used to conduct business anywhere. The weight of the tablet bests many laptops. The iPad, Sony Tablet S, and the Samsung Galaxy all weigh in at 1.3 lbs. With over 2,300 business apps in the app store via iTunes, and over 140,000 for iPad overall, tablets are the future for professionals and business.

“There’s no doubt that the tablet computer is here to stay, even more so when it comes to keeping business professionals productive on the move,” writes Joe Linford for Business Review USA, “Consumers are often attracted to a tablet's hardware, and for this, the options are pretty much unlimited now that new models come in all shapes, sizes and operating system variations.”

The tablet industry is a booming sphere for business professionals and consumers. U.S. tablet sales, excluding iPad sales, reached $415 million in revenue from January to October, 2011. 1.2 million units and accessories raked in nearly $700 million in the tablet industry last year, and Apple iPad sales reported an all-time record for fourth quarter revenue and earnings by selling 11 million iPads. To read the full article, go to

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