Back in the day I was casual "gamer" on the PC platform. I played MMORPG, FPS, strategy, racing and "tower defense" style games when time allowed. What really drew me to games was the "social" aspect of gaming before social networks were a "thing." I could play with my "IRL" buddies and have a clan-raiding good time. Our world is more mobile now. Tablets have replaced many desktop, tower and laptop PCs. But that doesn't mean I'm not able to partake in regular rounds of "Alzheimer's prevention exercises."
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 is arguably the most powerful tablet available today. What's more impressive is that the Tab S2 9.7 is also the thinnest and lightest tablet on the market of all tablets with a nine inch screen or larger. Which means there's a tremendous amount of brawn, brains and speed packed into a very svelte, solid frame. Maybe an appropriate nickname for my Tab S2 would Lara Croft?
The world of mobile gaming is every bit as vast and varied as was the PC gaming world. There are thousands of titles on the market including many "ports" of old PC games. Some of my favorites (read: current obsessions) are...
Experts agree that the Tab S2 with the 4:3 aspect ratio is a perfect screen size and ratio for reading news, e-magazines and watching all kinds of entertainment content from a variety of sources. The Tab S2 allows me to keep all my info-tainment options at my fingertips.
Go ahead and load up your Tab S2 with all your favorite games, e-readers, movie streams and video apps. You'll love the experience.
Until next time,
Your Sprint Product Ambassadors
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