This made me think as 80% is probably the same for me although it was at around 95%+ for a while when I had to work from home due to illness.Quote:
Originally Posted by col.bris
There seems to be a view (with some, not all) that if the iPad doesn't replace a laptop/desktop for everything then it has failed, surely the point really is that it is another tool that can be used to make business life easier. As apps are developed then it will take a greater percentage of the workload (depending on the type of work that you do) but how many people use only one tool to do their work. If it can be used to compliment your existing equipment then it is certainly a success. I see iPad and laptops as complimentary.......just like i see a pen and paper as complimentary.