BC-US-TEC--Digital Life-Tech Test-Working on Tablets,1397 Review: Tablet programs fill in gap, won’t replace reldate(2012-10-10T17:53:04 By BREE FOWLER AP Business Writer NEW YORK — There’s nothing I like more than getting some writing done at my favorite neighborhood coffeehouse. It’s relaxing, I’m more productive and the place makes a great cappuccino. But after I bought my iPad about a year ago, I didn’t want to go back to schlepping around my laptop, which suddenly seemed so heavy and clunky by comparison. We all know that tablets are great for watching online videos of frolicking kittens, updating your Facebook status and checking …
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