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Netbook, Smartphone, or Tablet?

Started by DTNS, October 24, 2010, 06:21:33 AM

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El


Leo C.

Do you guys out there have access to the IP Cam address of MMDA cameras? I already have the IP Cam viewer app in my smartphone and all I need is the address and other info.  With this, I can actually see the traffic situation on the streets of Manila.

El

Quote from: Vivo on August 19, 2011, 05:17:13 AM
Do you guys out there have access to the IP Cam address of MMDA cameras? I already have the IP Cam viewer app in my smartphone and all I need is the address and other info.  With this, I can actually see the traffic situation on the streets of Manila.

afaik, nope

zman

I have a Netbook and a cheap dual sim phone. I used to have smartphones, but when I decided to use a separate sim for office use, I found it more convenient to carry just one phone. Tried an iPhone, but found the virtual keyboard inconvenient. Plus I would have had to lug around another phone.

sic.zero

Got a HTC Sensation 4G, been using it for more almost year now. I find smartphones more convenient vs tablets and netbooks. They're obviously smaller, lighter and easy to carry around. Fits right in your pocket. Internet surfing, music, GPS, games and other apps comes real handy on a smartphone. It can do usually all things that you would like to do in a tablet & netbook in a compact package. You wouldn't use an iPad on a public place wouldn't you? And better for taking photos on the spot. Using a tablet to take picture would be too awkward for me. And that'll be worse if you use a netbook. Plus, netbook's ain't that powerful enough for other applications, better yet use a laptop or PC.

aylaisabelle

Smartphones! I'd go for Android. Nothing against iOS, but I just think that Android is a more versatile system. Dami ring choices ng smartphones with the Android. Windows Phone is awesome as well, pero the available apps is lacking behind Android and iOS. I dig its interface, though.

DTNS

hehe! tagal na ng thread na to.  ;D

anyway, I sold my old netbook (an HP Mini 2133) back in 2010. owned it from late 2008 till 2010. I currently have a Samsung Galaxy Y and a gaming laptop.

I would not recommend getting any netbook now unless it's powered by AMD Fusion or an Intel Pentium dual-core or i3, and it has a 7200rpm hard disk or an SSD. wait, it sounds like I'm describing an ultrabook!  :rofl:

BTT: given the current tech landscape, the smart phone is the best gadget to get at the moment. tablets are too bulky and awkward, while netbooks are just underpowered.

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