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Do you prefer using a laptop or tablet for typing?

  1. Chris Achilleos profile image77
    Chris Achilleosposted 5 years ago

    Do you prefer using a laptop or tablet for typing?

    Do you prefer using a laptop's keyboard or a tablet’s keyboard for typing an article?

  2. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 5 years ago

    Neither. I like the regular keyboard that came with my MAC. It is more comfortable for me to use.

    1. Chris Achilleos profile image77
      Chris Achilleosposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      adrienne2 mentioned desktop keyboards as well, and I must agree that they are very comfortable for typing. Thanks for answering duffsmom!

  3. adrienne2 profile image62
    adrienne2posted 5 years ago

    Well since I do not have a tablet, I do not know its keyboard is like.  In comparison to my laptop and desktop, the desktop wins hands down.  I do not like the way you have to hoover your fingers over the keys to type of laptops, and I can imagine being even worst on a tablet just do to the size of a tablet.  I need a regular size keyboard which makes for comfortable typing.

    1. Chris Achilleos profile image77
      Chris Achilleosposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I must say that a desktops keyboard is also very comfortable and useful for typing!  When I was in school I took typing classes and I never had any issues with using a desktop's keyboard.
      Thank you very much for answering adrienne2.

  4. Anti-Valentine profile image96
    Anti-Valentineposted 5 years ago

    I think I'd rather stick with a laptop, reasons being largely unrelated to keyboards. The screen is too small with a tablet, and I'm highly unimpressed with the battery life of some of these tablets. I've played around with one in the past, and I don't take them too seriously. I can only imagine the keyboard attachment one can buy separately would not be much better than tapping on a smartphone's keypad. And the price just makes laptops seem a much more attractive item for writing, really.

    1. Chris Achilleos profile image77
      Chris Achilleosposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your answer Anti-Valentine!  I couldn't agree more with you. Tablets are quite expensive and really not that useful especially for writers. Personally I am not that impressed with tablets and prefer using a normal keyboard for writing.

  5. janshares profile image96
    jansharesposted 5 years ago

    Definitely a laptop. I cannot get used to my Kindle and still make mistakes. I got the pen but I still use one hand with it. I felt so awful last week as I was giving feedback on an excellent hub and hit thumb down by mistake. I'm just a little clumsy and losing my dexterity with age. :-(

    1. Chris Achilleos profile image77
      Chris Achilleosposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for answering janshares. I also prefer using a laptop when typing, I just cant work on tablet's, the touch screen isn't for me smile. I find a laptop's keyboard much easier to use and certainly time consuming.

  6. lburmaster profile image83
    lburmasterposted 5 years ago

    Laptop, always. The tablet is difficult to type with and takes a lot more time, time that could be used for other numerous tasks.

    1. Chris Achilleos profile image77
      Chris Achilleosposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      So true. A normal keyboard is definitely time consuming.

  7. gags3480 profile image72
    gags3480posted 5 years ago

    I prefer both Laptops & normal desktop keyboards. but, certainly not tablets while typing a article.

    1. Chris Achilleos profile image77
      Chris Achilleosposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I agree. Tablet keyboards aren't for me smile

  8. coolenconnections profile image73
    coolenconnectionsposted 5 years ago

    For my work at home I mainly use my laptop. This year at college I started getting into the habit of taking notes in class on my Ipad. It was a little strange to get used to at first but by the end of the second semester I was taking notes faster than I could with my pen and notebook.  I used the app Dropbox to put my notes into and they magically appeared on my computer and devices.

    Still nothing beats sitting in the backyard with a pen a notebook smile

  9. Insightful Tiger profile image77
    Insightful Tigerposted 5 years ago

    I feel more comfortable typing to a laptop keyboard. I think it's because my fingertips are not small enough to type comfortably on a tablet.

 
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