I'm currently trying to do my research on which tablet to purchase and I'd appreciate any input.
I'd be looking to: access gmail and university email accounts, read pdfs and .doc files, access web content for classes and purchase/read ebooks, and view charts/graphs/raw data files.
In reference to pdf and .doc: gmail currently has a feature where you may view any recognizable file extension through its own doc system. Will a tablet still allow this ability, because then the need to have hard copy files is minimized to just pdf.
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