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Shouldn't have bought an iPad. :c
XD, but this thing is fast and better compared to android
how about galaxy tab? i think in galaxy tab you can draw...
since the openstudy that appears in galaxy tab is just like the one in laptop
But even that is unstable plus it's damn slow compared to,iPad it lacks the touch of iPad
@SmoothMath which grade students do u teach??
There's just no reason not to get a laptop instead.
I teach high school. I'm not sure which subjects I'll have this year, but it's looking like Algebra 2 and AP Stat.
I was using laptop befor my brother took it to play call of duty
Or some action gam e idk
Ohh that is great, must be tough teaching especially if u have tudent like me :p
Mine works great on android.
There are a great many reasons not to get a laptop instead, depending on how you use your computing device. We haven't done any extensive testing of the drawing or equation tools on iPad, but equation *rendering* should work.
No reasons that aren't laughable.
My apologies. Didn't realize you were capable of speaking for everyone's preferences. Consider revising your ego.
Sure, preference is one thing, and there are people who simply prefer to do their work on an iPad for whatever reason. That's fine. Mostly though, it's people who haven't done any research paying a hell of a lot for a trendy status symbol that can't do as much as cheaper machines. It's what Apple as a company relies on.
That generalization indicates you consider only horsepower and features when judging a technical product. Preference is everything, because it is the experience that Apple sells, not simply the machine. The machine is where they make their money, the experience of buying it, owning it, and using it is how they actually sell it, and, even more interestingly, how they get their users to sell it for them. Anyway, we've strayed off topic. That was my mistake. We'll see if we can put a bit of time sometime soon into looking at the equation editor on iPad.
While it's kind of you to accept blame, it's clearly my fault. And I agree with you that Apple has done an amazing job selling these things, but I view it more as a failure of the American consumer.
I did not buy iPad it was gift given to me, so I haven't wated my money or nothing, well granted that there are many things that pc can do and iPad cannot but this stuff is great also for working on many things, I mean if u look for study apps u will find many, and then iTunes u is superb also. I m mostly interested in used iPad for openstudy because it will make drawing easy