the best for éducation ? ipad or sg note 10.1

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    x3xtt iPF Noob

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    hello everyone ! i'm a new member here and i dont have an ipad yet
    i'm a pupil of first decondary year
    i want to buy tebleetfor édacation and i couldn't choose between theme . i read in blogs that sm g note 10.1 has s pen witch is very good to write also you can read pdf and download theme without any problems but there is no good or enaught apps and you need to wait very long for updates
    and ipad has more than 275.000 apps in app store majority free . but its note good for downloading pdfs and read theme online
    i need your advices plz !
    note : the best for éducation ?
     
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    Samsung.
     
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    x3xtt iPF Noob

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    samsung . that's all ?
    pleas why ?
    i read that there is no apps to help you !
     
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    Hello x3xtt, welcome to the forum. Coredump gave you an unbiased suggestion. I am in the USA. I'm a part time student taking a post graduate class. A requirement to attend this class is to have a tablet as all class presentations will be pushed to every participant's tablet. There are ten students, one professor and one technical assistant. When class started, one student had a Samsung tablet, but the next time class met, he had an Apple iPad. This of course drew attention. The professor spent several minutes of class time to discuss why this student changed to an iPad.

    While he had the exact apps we all had, pulling in the files to the Samsung took longer than the rest of us. Sometimes, when we were going through the presentations, his tablet lagged and it sometimes stopped and he had to get out of the app and then go back into the app and start all over. He did not want to be the only non-iPad student.

    While the Samsung has a lot more bells and whistles, from my classmates point of view, the iPad was a lot easier to use and having an iPad, like the rest of us, made him feel part of the community. Sometimes when you try to compare the technology, you loose cite of the ultimate decision point: will this tablet meet my requirements?

    My professor was disappointed that he exchanged his Android tablet for an iPad as he really wanted to see how the Android worked in this setting.
     

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