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| p.2 #5 · Best Tablet for Photography? |
Edward Castro wrote:
I know it's an old thread, but it seems like there's a new boss in town regarding PPI. Nexus 10 with a 2560x1600 resolution. Screen quality wise, that's still to been seen.
What sucks is no memory expansion, so 32GB is the highest you can go, I'm sure later they'll come out with a 64GB version one.
The memeory thing is where most of these devices fall down.
All these producers seem to be obsessed with the cloud for the storage . Well that only works if you have good 3G or even better 4G (whatever they are calling it now) , which is fine but that generaly means running up your data allowance for stuff which is already yours or like most 'normal world' places you can't access your stuff.
Even if you do have a good connection things don't always run well. My daughter has a moto zoom2 which lacks the memory slot of the zoom 1 , but according to Motorola it shouldn't matter as they have MOTOCAST which allows access to all your media on the host PC . Well even in the same house on a decent wifi the connection is rubbish. Tethered to my android phone in a good 3G reception area it's total cr@p
He'll I'm running a 64gig iPad and I have a couple of films on it , a good collection of magazines , a selection of apps (probably not as many as a lot of people) and a few downloads of images that I have imported from my shoots. I have NO music (I have an iPod for my music) and the last time I looked I had less than 15gb of spare space .
I had a 32gig version before that was just too easy to fill up.
I was surprised when the new version iPad was launched (seems like they just wanted to get the new dock onboard ) that they didn't ditch the 16gig version of the new ipad (keep the old ipad 2 at an even better base price) and bring out a 128gb version . They could have quite easily priced the new larger memory versions at the old lesser memeory prices