No, I don’t think I have a problem

Which of these is commonly true of tablet computers?

A) System memory is easily upgradable

B) Touch interfaces are rarely used

C) Flash storage is used exclusively

D) Keyboard is a primary input method

E) Modular hardware provides for repairs in the field

F) I’m fine with this one, I don’t need to upgrade

The answer: C) Flash storage is used exclusively

Because tablet devices are very mobile and often used while walking or driving, flash memory is the storage medium of choice.

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