It seems it was just yesterday; most of us were so excited about the cell phone that could actually fit easily in our pockets or our purses. Gone were the days when we had a “brick” phone. Cell phones started getting smaller and smaller.
Then came the ability to send and receive text messages on our phones. Although we had to learn a new way to type messages and emoticons became the new way to express ourselves online, it was an exciting new development. Then came photo and video sharing on our cell phones. It seemed it was a very cool, new and very connected world of communications.
However, this was just the start of the advent of mobile communications and mobile computing. New mobile devices such as the full-featured smartphone threw everything we thought we could expect from our phones right out the window. Smartphones let us not only talk, text and send pictures; but now we could surf the web and maintain an online presence.
Another new mobile device is the mobile tablet. While somewhat larger in size that a smartphone, it is considerably smaller than the average laptop, but nearly as powerful. Owners of these tablets have mobile computing at their fingertips, in addition to other great features such as e-book readers and many games and applications.
Great offers on these new mobile devices can be found at http://www.offers.com and other sites, so these great new devices are within the reach of just about everyone’s budget.
It can only be assumed that we will continue to see new and exciting advancements in mobile devices.