Do you use a tablet computer in your law practice?

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Question of the Week


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Are smaller, lighter laptop computers and larger smartphone screens making tablets obsolete?

San Diego solo Jeff Bennion asks that question this week at Above the Law, citing reports of flagging iPad sales.

“Unless you travel on planes a lot or are constantly out of the office for extended periods of time where you have to read a bunch of legal documents, it really doesn’t make sense anymore to invest in a tablet,” Bennion writes. As for himself, he decided to invest in a $1,200 laptop with touchscreen capabilities rather than a $600 tablet and a $600 laptop.

So this week, we’d like to ask you: Do you use a tablet in your practice? What technology have you decided to invest in, and why?

Answer in the comments.

Read the answers to last week’s question: What’s your workout?

Featured answer:

Posted by fclatty: “I’m 72. I do arm and leg exercises five or six days a week, in water. I alternate a 45-minute session in a resistance pool with a 50-minute workout in an indoor heated pool. The RBG workout puts me to shame. I’m signing up for some core and weight classes today!”

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