Re: Do you use a "phablet" for writing and editing?
Does anyone on this list use a large mobile phone, or "phablet," for writing and editing?
I ask because a colleague demonstrated his Samsung Galaxy Note 3, with stylus.
He works with spreadsheets using this device.
It seemed to me as though a stylus could possibly take the place of a mouse.
all in all, it doesn't sound phabulous.
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