I’ve seen a few Samsungs around, but mainly iPads. I don’t know anyone who has Samsung pads, but they are promoted heavily, buy a Galaxy S22, get a free Galaxy Tab, so it might be coming from there?
The holiday flat we rented in 2019 had a Lenovo Android tablet for guests, set up with apps and links for local attractions and the timetable for cruise ships that would sail past us in the estuary, I found that a nice touch.
I’m with you. Barely use my iPad unless it’s consumption. Definitely a challenge for work. Affinity Photo is great on it. Not doing much else productive. Lol!
If you had a Mac you might use it more @ant_pruitt. I thought Amazon’s share would be higher - the Fire pads are so cheap due to Amazon’s subsidy. But, it’s true, the only Android tablet worth anything is Samsung’s, and I think that’s because Samsung adds a considerable amount of value.
I want a Mac Studio. Hope to order one by the holidays. My home PC is aging and I’m tired of WINders10
And Windows 11 is a retrograde step in many respects. It simplifies things, which is good, but it does it by removing useful features or pushingt them further away from the user (E.g. scanning a file with the AV software in Explorer used to be 2 clicks, now it is 3 for no good reason), which is bad.
Don’t you need a Mac Studio for testing software for HoP? (hint, hint, @Leo )
I reckon statcounter underrepresents the cheaper tablets that are unlikely to do much web browsing. They spend most of their time streaming and playing games I think.
Still interesting though. Mobiles worldwide vs. USA. Google/Pixel is nowhere on the worldwide one, with Apple and Samsung neck and neck.