I'd like to see if I can consolidate my digital life into one single device. Can my newest device, which is a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4" model SM-T320 (wi-fi only model) with Android OS, replace all my existing digital gear? Or would I need to acquire some other digital device of some kind or another?
I currently own all the following:
-two laptop computers, both running the GNU/Linux operating system (only used for simple tasks such as web browsing, sending and receiving e-mails and watching streaming flash videos)
-one Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4" model SM-T320 (wi-fi only model) with Android OS (just learning how to use it)
-one pre-paid cell-phone (the cheap kind, for emergencies only)
-one Garmin Nuvi automobile GPS receiver that I have on my dash while driving my car to help navigate unfamiliar areas
-one Garmin eTrex hand-held GPS receiver with contour-elevation maps of a four-state region on a single MicroSD card for navigation while hiking (I keep for emergencies only)
Thanks for any help
Edited by Punchy71, 21 August 2015 - 09:24 AM.