BCDelectroStore Sorts Out Your Computing Needs, Tablet or PC

With the range of devices and gadgets in the world, it's easy to get mixed up and not know which device is optimal for which task. http://www.bcdelectrostore.com explains the purposes of tablets and PCs.

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Tablets are mobile devices, which give them a bit more of a reach into the world than a PC has. They can be utilized as note taking tools in the field, but set one up on a desk and attempt to utilize it.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 05, 2013

In a growing world of tablets and smartphones it is easy for someone to discount the existence of your traditional desktop or laptop computer system. Wrapped up in the mainstream of things, it is easy to get distracted by thin sleek tablets and forget about each devices purpose. While tablets may be an excellent media streaming and information accessing device, they lack several key features that would be necessary if they plan on replacing the PC. Manufacturers are increasingly adding new features that take stabs at the PC as far as productivity goes. Let’s face it, the PC is far more productive than a tablet currently is and will be for some time.

Why do people use tablets? As of now, streaming media is the number one use of a tablet. While this is great and handy, if you are a business professional, streaming Netflix movies is not going to be very productive when you have a task to complete. There are several apps and features a tablet has that make it more productive than it previously was, but it is simply not optimal for a work environment. Travis Halsell from http://www.bcdelectrostore.com stated, “Tablets are mobile devices, which give them a bit more of a reach into the world than a PC has. They can be utilized as note taking tools in the field, but set one up on a desk and attempt to utilize it for everyday work assignments… you are bound to run into several issues.” Basic features like a full keyboard with a number pad are lacking, as well as the option of a larger display can all make it a bit counter-productive.

Computer systems with a full operating systems, dual monitors, printer, full productivity software like Microsoft Office and Adobe Reader are certainly keeping PCs in the game and will continue to do so for a good period of time. As PC manufacturers try to stay in the competition, prices are dropping dramatically. This of course results in a powerful productivity device for a great price. Now when considering a refurbished system, you will maximize your profit. For example, computer systems available at http://www.bcdelectrostore.com are being sold at dramatically low prices and provide the same great experience as a new computer system would.

To surmise, a tablet is a device for information access, not necessarily productivity while a personal computer is a device used to produce and perform but might not be the best device for relaxing a reading. If you are looking to get some work done, visit http://www.bcdelectrostore.com and they will help you get the project started.

BCD Electro (http://www.bcdelectro.com) and through its subsidiary BCDElectro store (http://www.bcdelectrostore.com) is a full service remarketing and recycling company. Through a broad suite of best practices, business-ready solutions, services and products BCD Electro provides secure and timely control of key product lifecycle management processes to help companies accelerate revenue, drive innovation, reduce costs, improve quality, and ensure regulatory compliance. We specialize in recycling IT , telecom, networking and hospital equipment as well as sales of excess inventory from manufacturing operations.

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