Which of these features is a common characteristic of tablet computing devices?
A) Designed for upgradability
B) System memory is fixed
C) Uses hard drive storage technology
D) A keyboard is the primary input device
E) It’s never in the spot where I think I left it
The answer: B) System memory is fixed
The system memory configuration of a tablet device is usually fixed. This is in contrast to the tablet storage, which can sometimes be increased through the use of a memory card slot.
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