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The Ultimate Web Browsing Experience – Which Gadget Is Best?

There are loads of ways to get online nowadays, but which gadgets do it best? When it comes to web browsing, it comes down to what you want to use the web for, as well as where, when you’re making the final decision. Here are three of the best.

[sws_green_box box_size="615"] The old: still the best? [/sws_green_box]

When it comes to web browsing, it’s hard to beat the traditional laptop or netbook experience. A full QWERTY keyboard and PC style browser experience mean browsing is second to none, while the extra portability a laptop offers, when combined with mobile broadband, gives you the best of all worlds.

With some great laptop deals out there, including ones that include mobile broadband, you really can’t go wrong. The only possible downside to taking the laptop option is size and weight – but that’s the only price you have to pay for the complete browsing experience.

[sws_yellow_box box_size="615"] The new: padding up [/sws_yellow_box]

Weighing in at seven to ten inches but being ultra slim compared to a netbook, tablet PCs and pads are the new, cool kids on the block. You still get the mobile broadband option and a full QWERTY keyboard, as long as you don’t mind it being built into the touchscreen.

Plus, iPads and Android tablets are still new enough to have the wow factor – perfect for impressing friends or clients. While you’ll get the normal laptop/PC browsing experience too, or something very close, be sure to check the pad you go for has Flash support if that’s something you need – some notable ones don’t.

[sws_red_box box_size="615"] The smart: pocket power [/sws_red_box]

If you’re just about convenience and getting the info you need, without worrying about the browser experience, you can rely on your smartphone for a fantastic pared down web browsing experience. All modern smartphones do their best to render each page very closely to how they would look on a bigger screen, while pinch and zoom technology has improved this no end.

Smartphone screens are incredibly sharp now too, while there’s no substitute for the convenience – plus you don’t need a mobile broadband contract, as you can get mobile data in your smartphone deal. If you can handle the small screen, your mobile phone may be all you need for browsing.

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This post was contributed by Chris Marling, from Broadband Genie, the online consumer portal where you can find more information on broadband and phone options and the latest in laptops, tablets and smartphones.

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