The tablet versus laptop gaming debate has been circulating around the web, and there have been solid points of argument on both sides. The problem is, how do you know which device you should get for your gaming needs?
Let’s take a look at what tablets and laptops have to offer in gaming aspects.
App Store and Play Store. Most people are familiar with app stores in their respective smartphones. Tablet gamers get hundreds of new games daily, alongside existing ones that are enjoyable and fun to play.
More Portable. Tablets are more portable since they’re just a bit bigger than smartphones and do not have moving parts compared to a laptop computer. You can bring them anywhere, even outside the house and they’re easier to handle too.
Touch Controls. Gaming on a tablet is more intuitive to a degree, and beginner-friendly to an extent. All you need to do is look at the screen and the controls offered there. You can attach a peripheral such as a game controller via Bluetooth in just a few seconds as well.
Bigger Screen. Bigger screens equals less squinting and greater immersion. You’ll appreciate the extra real estate while playing your favorite online games at GClub. The details aren’t packed tightly and they’re not obscured by your fingers (which you use to control your character).
Multitasking. While it’s true that tablets can multitask, laptops can do it better. You can easily play an online game while chatting with friends or watching a video on YouTube. After playing, you can relax by watching more videos or streaming your favorite movie or TV show on Apple TV+ or Netflix. Generally More Powerful. Laptop hardware is generally more powerful and tends to handle complex graphics and processing better. Although the gap is steadily closing, newer laptops rival those of a gaming desktop and even the newest game consoles.