Mobility can drive employee productivity — if you give them the right tools for the job. Would employees be better served with tablets, notebooks, or some combination of both? How should the tablets vs. laptops discussion play out?
Tablets bring many advantages in terms of mobility and usability, and are ideal for employees who need access to one or two specialized apps on the go. But when it comes to tasks such as creating spreadsheets, programming or virtualizing workloads, a tablet may not be the right tool. Notebooks, on the other hand, remain a versatile option for productivity, but don’t have a form factor suited to use in field work.
Meanwhile, many employees find themselves needing a mix of all of the above.
For many enterprise IT departments considering tablets vs. laptops, a 2-in-1 device may offer a solution. The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S with Windows 10 Pro, for example, is specially geared for a highly mobile workforce. Ultra-thin and lightweight, it has high usability factors including a detachable keyboard, a 12-inch Super AMOLED® display, fast charging and USB-C connectivity, while also delivering the productivity of a full Windows 10 implementation.
Here’s a look at how the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 2-in-1 can help avoid mobile productivity pitfalls, delivering the benefits of mobility paired with full productivity.