I have options for writing and browsing the internet.
I just worried that I will want more than I should. I just want an electronic device strictly for creative writing, browsing the internet, watching anime and YouTube, reading books (manga, webtoons, and audiobooks)and listening to music.
That is all I need and should have anyway.
So, I just need a 27 inch computer monitor(s) to make the magic happen.
My question to you all is this: Should I get an Ipad pro 12.9 or a new Samsung Galaxy tab or both?
Honestly, I may go with one of the two if push comes to shove…maybe.
You are probably going to tell me to just get a desktop or laptop that does the job equally better. That is true, but do I need those things when I do so little on what I have now?
I don’t play games unless it is Nintendo based, I don’t take pictures and edit videos, and anything else that can be done via laptop or desktop.
Actually… if you plan on using it for reading and watching stuff but also writing and browsing the internet, an iPad can work, and can work well. My sister has one that she uses for drawing but she has this specific magnetic case with a keyboard, so you can turn it flat-side with screen-up and it’s an iPad, and then turn it to where it stands by itself (with the case as a support) and it turns into a laptop. Plus, it’s small enough to fit in most bags so it’s portable—you can easily take it anywhere you want.
I… wouldn’t be able to tell you. But I found this article that talks about it.
You can turn either or kid-friendly (most likely) through the settings. My little sister once had a kindle (giant looking tablet, though—one of the newer models back in 2018ish) and her account was strictly under a child’s account from the settings.
iPad’s best if you’re already an Apple user. Go for Samsung if you want seamless Android/Samsung/Google connectivity. You can get Google on iPads tho. You won’t need both lol. Either one will be more than capable for those tasks.
I can’t offer any advice since I have no experience with either device and I’m dirt poor, so electronic decisions are always based on what we can afford vs how much memory we need, etc. Also there’s no way in hell I could ever type up a novel without a full keyboard in front of me. And I need tons of memory to store all my files – mp3s, ebooks, images, videos, etc, so no way I could ever make use of a little handheld device, except of course, my Kindle for reading. But I don’t use that for anything else. (=^ｪ^=)
Personally, I don’t like apple products. They are more expensive, don’t last as long, and are exclusive. What I mean by that is the file types will not work with most other devices unless they are also apple products, certain programs and software will not work on them, and if you buy an apple product, you are basically stuck with other expensive apple products if you want anything to be compatible with it. It’s a pain in the rear. Not to mention, I find apple’s user interface counter intuitive and poorly designed. It’s not user friendly. I’d steer clear of an ipad if I were you and go with a samsung/android tablet. But that’s just me.