Tablets seem to be taking over the world. My wife and I each have desktops and I have second dedicated to work. But mostly we are on our tablets, Amazon Fire HDs. Our books, magazines, and music is all accessible with this device. And of course our news and Internet, local all the way down to a two-block community, group on FB. Note, there have been two breakin attempts and two car prowls that we know of in this small group. We even have pictures of the perps, but the local cops can't figure it out. There is just too much of package theft, car prowls, and mailbox thefts going on to keep up with three cops. Someday I'll outline the security steps we take to never be a target for these thieves. There is a *lot* of stuff I can't do on Facebook, G+, MeWe, WordPress, and etc on my phone or tablet though. So I end up running upstairs to the desktop if, for example, I need to correct some spelling on one of my posts. Why the heck can't I do that on my phone? Oh, and this year I finally moved off the iPhone to an Android. I just couldn't justify the expense of using an Apple. After three years the power port on my iPhone 6s died. Yeah, I could have fixed it for some cost, but I'd had enough. And I really hate the software package on my desktop, clamoring to be updated every week when I might use it once a year. That will be a big bonus to delete from my computer. So what's your electrical support line look like? Just a phone? Can't count how many of my friends do that now-a-daze.