FireGryphon wrote:My biggest knock against them is that, at least in the early days, their input methods were limited too much to touch and their application base was limited by the whim of whoever approved available apps. I wanted a Windows-based tablet that I could connect a keyboard and mouse to and be able to write a program to do whatever little task I needed done, and run it right then and there without having to jump through hoops. I got the distinct impression that this was impossible with iOS and Android. Windows 8 tablets are a step in the right direction, but is my impression still correct about iOS and Android?
tl;dr -- to what extent can you write a program for a tablet OS and run it on your tablet that instant, the same way one would write their own program on a desktop OS?
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