Yea I highly doubt that. (Doubt tablets are affecting TV/PC use)
According to the March 2011 survey from the now-Google-owned mobile ad firm AdMob, hours spent on a tablet are beginning to displace hours spent on other popular electronics, and tablets are increasingly being used to read books, shop online, send e-mail, and play games.
How is this possible when today's tablets are still catching up to "real" computers in some areas of productivity? A hint lies in some of AdMob's other statistics: more than two-thirds (68 percent) reported using their tablets for a minimum of one hour per day, and 82 percent said they primarily use it at home. If you assume the majority of those surveyed are not huge at-home computer users, then the numbers begin to make more sense.
Originally Posted by HybridCore
Emphasis on "games". They can't play every game. If a tablet owner starts bragging that tablets are the best, I would like to see them play some intense DX11 game against a desktop. They probably can't even handle CounterStrike.
Is it? I cant seem to find any good reviews...Originally Posted by HybridCore;13114240
(specifically the NotionInk Adam. That's a masterpiece)