Bigger is Better: Why I Prefer Using Computers for Work

As an avid technology user, I’ve had the opportunity to work with a variety of devices over the years (decades? 🙂 ). While I appreciate the portability and convenience of my iPad, I have to admit that I still prefer using my bigger computers for serious work. In this blog post, I’ll explore my thoughts on using iPads versus bigger computers for work, as well as some clever ways to use iPads.

There’s just something about sitting down at a comfortable desk with a full-sized keyboard, mouse, and one or two screens that feels right to me. Maybe it’s the feeling of having a dedicated space to work in, or maybe it’s just the fact that I’ve grown accustomed to working that way over the years. Whatever the reason, I find that I’m much more productive when I’m sitting in front of my desktop or laptop than I am when I’m using my iPad.

One of the main reasons I prefer working on a bigger computer is the screen real estate. Even with a large iPad Pro, I still feel cramped when trying to work on a complex document or spreadsheet. Having a second screen helps a lot, but it’s just not the same as having one big, high-resolution monitor to work on.

Another reason I prefer my bigger computers is the keyboard and mouse. While the iPad’s on-screen keyboard or even the hardware one is fine for short bursts of typing, it just doesn’t feel as comfortable or efficient as a full-sized mechanical keyboard. And when it comes to precision work, nothing beats a good old-fashioned mouse.

All that being said, I don’t think I’ll ever give up my iPad completely. It’s just convenient to have around, and there are definitely times when it’s the perfect device for the job.

In a recent video by DailyTekk titled “CLEVER Ways To Use iPads – THE LAST ONE IS LIFE CHANGING!”, some unexpected ways to put an iPad to use were highlighted. These include using it to charge other devices, turning Siri into a chatbot with an app called Lorry GPT, tracing images on paper using the iPad’s camera and guided access feature, using an accessory called the Luna display to turn the iPad into a wireless second display for a Mac or PC, and even recording and selling an online course using the iPad’s camera and simple equipment.

While I may prefer using my bigger computers for work, I can see the value in these creative uses for iPads. I agree that iPads can be versatile tools for a variety of tasks. So whether you’re a die-hard iPad fan or a fan of bigger computers like me, there’s no denying the clever and innovative ways that iPads can be used.

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