15 DOs And DON’Ts Of Using A Tablet

Because sharing is caring, but not on the train.

1. DO: Make your commute more entertaining by reading an e-book or listening to music.

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2. DON’T: Carry a magnifying glass — open up the settings and make the fonts larger if text’s too small.

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3. DO: Breeze through rush hour by mounting your tablet for easy directions.

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4. DON’T: Play your music out loud while commuting.

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5. DO: DJ with it (when asked).

6. DON’T: Use it with messy hands. (Or other body parts!)

7. DO: Watch movies and TV shows on all your flights.

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8. DON’T: Binge watch without proper preparation (pillows, snacks, table support, etc.).

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9. DO: Regain some of your sanity when the kids get nutty.

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10. DON’T: Make phone calls on your tablet (at least like this).


11. DO: Capture key moments with your built-in camera.

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12. DON’T: Block everyone’s view by taking photos with it at a concert.

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13. DO: Stage a concert with tablet instruments.

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14. DO: Get creative together with it — your tablet can do more than you think.

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15. DO: Entertain your pets with it.

DO: Use an Intel-powered tablet to take your creativity to the next level.


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