More often than not, I find myself gravitating to one particular device, my Nexus 5. Although I own three different types of Android devices, I usually use my Nexus 5 when I can — fact: most screenshots are from my Nexus 5.

That doesn’t mean I don’t like my other devices, but I think there are two reasons I prefer to use my Nexus 5 over other devices. First, my Nexus 5 is small, thus I can easily use one hand — I think I’m coming down with Carpal Tunnel — to browse websites, check social media posts, and respond to email messages.┬áSecond, the Nexus 5 is a powerful little device, with a lot of extra features. Basically, that means the phone’s speedy, works when needed, and is lovable all around.

So, that got me thinking that I’m pretty sure most people operate the same way: you have multiple devices, but there’s one you favor above the others. So, which is it? Your phone, tablet, or do you use them equally?

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J. Ezell · April 14, 2014 at 5:28 pm

I still use a flip phone as not to be a member of the HERD, so for me the tablet is tops.

    Jeffrey Taylor · April 14, 2014 at 6:04 pm

    I think most people could get away with a flip phone, tablet, and wireless card.

John · April 14, 2014 at 5:31 pm

It’s sort of funny. Back when I had a “normal” sized Android phone (Nexus, Droid Charge, etc.) I used my tablet pretty frequently. But once I got my Galaxy Note II, I found that it was large enough (not to mention fast enough) for most of my needs. Didn’t hurt that it was always in my pocket, either.

Honestly, my tablet and [non-work] laptop sit largely neglected these days.

    Jeffrey Taylor · April 14, 2014 at 6:02 pm

    Large screens definitely change the way I interact with my devices.

    I’d say I use my phone the most, then Chromebook, and finally my Nexus 7.

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