While there are a large variety of tablets available, the iPad is currently the most popular. It has been used in courtrooms and this use has been previously documented on blogs. With several apps, the iPad (or other tablet of your choice) can encompass everything you need in court.
Evernote is an extremely useful app that can handle nearly all the document needs of the courtroom. Dropbox is perfect for storing evidence such as large video or audio files. Basecamp is all-in-one project management tool that is perfect for managing case files. There are other apps that allow tablets to be connected to a projector for displays and presentations. By utilizing the sync with the cloud, lawyers can stay on top of any new developments that may happen, even while they are in the courtroom.
As the world goes mobile, tablet use is becoming more widespread throughout courtrooms all over the nation. The iPad may be the most popular, but Android tablets are fast becoming more popular as well.
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