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Is Tablet Enough For My College Projects? (Explained)

It depends on what you are using it for, and what you are taking at school, for instance, a tablet should be enough for your college projects if you are going to use it strictly for your school works other than heavy graphic design or if what you are taking involves 3D graphics, heavy writing or if you are going to be making use of office, then you may want to get yourself a laptop with a good capability for that. 

Plus, it depends on how much writing you are going to do and if you need to make use of Office or editing or design software for school projects.

If you need an office and you are going to need to do a lot of writing it might be a good idea to buy a laptop that can handle it for you.

what are using it for

 It’s all boiled down to what you are going to do with it, though a tablet might not handle some certain things a laptop does, for instance, gaming software, edition, or graphic design so you will need a laptop to do those and other heavy projects you get.

Tablet is enough if…

See, a tablet is enough for college students if it’s for regular use, like using it to take notes and keep busy while you are at school, and if it comes with a good memory, you won’t need to carry your heavy books with you anymore, you can just back up all your books.

Plus, one of the benefits of a tablet is that doesn’t cause distraction in terms of gaming or heavy buzzy noise like that of a laptop cooling Fan. 


One thing to look at on the portability side of it is that tablets are more portable and easier to carry around in your bag than laptops, depending on your tablet model some even faster than using a laptop, and some come with a more durable battery than a laptop.

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LG Gram 17Z90P Laptop 17" IPS Ultra-Lightweight, (2560 x 1600), Intel Evo 11th gen Core i7, 16GB RAM, 2TB SSD, Upgradeable Windows 10 Home, Alexa Built-in, 2X USB-C, HDMI, USB-A - Black
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Use Both!

Then you may also want to consider using both the tablet and laptop for your schoolwork, and again that is fine, in this case, you can use the tablet for taking notes while using the laptop for your heavy projects.

Is A Tablet Enough For My College projects: Final thought

A tablet is enough for your college projects: if you are not going to be writing a lot or if you are not going to be using Office for your school.

It’s also billed down to what you are taking at the college, for instance, if it involves heavy graphic design, editing, or  3D phrases projects, then you will need a laptop capable for your college studies.

Or you can have both options, using your tablet for taking notes and your laptop for the other heavy projects.


Hope this post help you and If you have any question comment or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. If this post helps you please share it with others thanks.

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