You can even download all your goodies directly to your tablet, then stream them straight to your TV—no wires or DVR necessary.
But the Metro interface really shines on a tablet, where you can flick through pages of tiles and tap on the one you want.
Lately, his 11-year-old daughter has been using the tablet to learn how to bake cookies and cakes by herself.
Hockney says his love of drawing attracted him to the tablet.
Every company seemed to have some sort of tablet that in some fashion sought to mimic Apple's iconic iPad.
His remains were interred at Port San Julian, where a tablet was erected to his memory.
The celebrant kissed the tablet, and held it aloft before all the people.
She was still writing her initials over the back of her tablet.
They were to be seen at Molsheim, in the tablet which bore a representation of this miracle.
Just as he was quitting the room he remembered the tablet; he hastened back and raised the pillow.
early 14c., "slab or flat surface for an inscription" (especially the two Mosaic tables of stone), from Old French tablete (13c.), diminutive of table "slab" (see table (n.)). The meaning "lozenge, pill" is first recorded 1580s; that of "pad of writing paper" in 1880.
tablet tab·let (tāb'lĭt)
A small flat pellet of medication to be taken orally.
A query language.
["Human Factor Comparison of a Procedural and a Non-procedural Query Language", C. Welty et al, ACM Trans Database Sys 6(4):626-649 (Dec 1981)].
probably a string of beads worn round the neck (Ex. 35:22; Num. 31:50). In Isa. 3:20 the Hebrew word means a perfume-box, as it is rendered in the Revised Version.