With the various benefits offered by tablet PCs, some users are turning to rely on them as an alternative to laptops.

But users who are used to doing their work on laptops can use the Tablet PC, and will it be the right choice for them?

Well, let’s highlight some differences between tablets and laptops so you have the ability to make the right decision, especially if you want to buy a new device and you have some confusion in decision-making.

Input method

The first point that may draw our attention to the differences is that tablets are not supported on a separate keyboard but only on the touch screen, unlike laptops that all come with a practical and compact keyboard.

So you’ll have some problems if you’re a person who has to enter a large amount of data daily, such as writing emails, blogging, or other tasks that require a permanent keyboard.

In fact, many users can not rely on virtual keyboards to write quickly and accurately on tablets.

Hybrid computers 2 * 1, which includes a detachable keyboard that can enhance the possibility of writing texts, but at the same time does not offer the same experience as laptops.

Of course, tablet users can rely on an external Bluetooth keyboard, but this will increase the cost and need to be brought every time as a terminal device.

Conclusion: Laptop computers are very convenient for people who want to use the keyboard frequently, while relying on a Tablet PC is suitable for people who want only interactive functions touch screen is enough.

The size

Without a doubt, tablet PCs offer a more flexible experience in size. They are small in size and lightweight, making them easily portable, unlike laptop computers that hinder user traffic because of their weight and size.

Conclusion: Tablet PCs are suitable for people who travel a lot and in some special cases such as travel, and laptops are suitable for office work.

Battery life

Due to differences in internal components between laptops and tablets, the cuff will be clearly tilted towards tablet PCs in relation to battery life.

Most tablets can simply hold up to 10 hours when using the web, while laptops hold up to 4 hours on average. (There are laptops that can withstand longer periods of up to 8 – 10 hours)

Conclusion: Reliance on a Tablet PC ensures you have a better battery life experience, which makes it more convenient for long-term use.

Storage Capacity

There is no need to present the issue in a long way. All laptops are clearly superior to tablet PCs in terms of storage capacity.

Most tablet PCs in the market today have an internal capacity of between 16 and 128 GB, while the average storage capacity of traditional disk-based notebooks is 500 GB.

Laptop computers also offer a more flexible experience for adding external memory sticks of all types and types, while we will note that it is limited to tablet PCs to insert a micro SD card which is an option not available in all these computers.

Conclusion: Laptops are the right choice for you if you intend to store huge amounts of data.

The performance

Most tablets rely on less efficient processors than laptops, so you have to decide what tasks you want to do before making a purchase decision. For example, if you just want to browse the web, play media, enjoy some light games, and read e-mail, They can do these tasks very efficiently, but if you want to work on more complex graphics, video editing or office software, laptops are the best.

No doubt there are some advanced tablets that can compete with laptops even in terms of performance, but given the cost of these computers, we will notice that the trend towards the laptop is a more logical choice.

Conclusion: Laptops offer greater power in performance than tablet PCs, making it the best choice for advanced tasks.

Final Words

Before you decide to rely on a tablet or laptop, you should think logically about all the factors above and the price factor that ultimately depends on your budget.

Determine exactly what your needs are, in terms of tasks, battery, mobility flexibility, performance required and storage capacity, and then make the decision based on your own answers, not what you hear about this or that product.