Good question. As an older tuning junkie, I’d say the laptop and the computer you put on your lap can work with the keyboard and possibly cursor control (mouse stick, touchpad, touchscreen, scroll wheels…) the tablet is the one plank you usually hold In your hands and do almost everything with it. So far, so good.
From a computer technology point of view, I’d say a laptop consists of roughly two shelves with a hinge in between. As a rule, almost all laptop technologies are located at the bottom, with a keyboard on top and possibly also a cursor control. The screen part is for display only in practice and is hinged. As a rule, the screen part also contains antennas, but, as a rule, not much more. Honestly: the bottom with the keyboard is the computer, and the screen can (in theory) come off.
It makes me wonder what and how Dell has this technology in the keyboard part. If the screen can be used as a tablet, then at least it has all the technologies for this. Then the keyboard part is the keyboard only and moreover a special extra/complementary like extra battery, extra storage or extra connectivity options.
My personal idea: a two-pronged 11-inch chromebook (Price: Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3 CB 11IGL05 (82BB0012MH)Also works as a tablet and (also) replaces your Samsung 10-inch tablet (Price: Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7″ WiFi 32GB (2016) Black†
[Reactie gewijzigd door beerse op 26 mei 2022 12:27]