I am at my wit's end with my Sony Xperia Z2 tablet. It fell, unfortunately, on its screen
in a seaway last summer when I failed to properly secure it, and cracked the screen
I bought a new screen for it, successfully go the old one off, but couldn't get the ribbon cable plugged in right and broke the microscopic thin plastic clamp which holds the ribbon cable into the screen.
Oh, great. So I bought a second screen, got the ribbon cable in, stuck it into the body, hit the power button, and --- nothing. Apparently didn't get the cable in right after all. AND -- cracked the screen
getting it back off.
This is obviously not within my limited set of talents
Do I buy a third screen (!)? Do I try to get the plastic clip off the cracked one, onto the previous one?
Or do it toss the whole thing and start over again?
is I have a hand-me-down Ur-IPad which must be 10 years old, and on board almost its whole life, and it has never missed a beat. But the Ur-Ipad won't run GoFree.
I liked the Sony because it's waterproof, and in general I like Sony gear
(I use Sony smart phones). But the Xperia tablets are apparently not being made any more, and the last model is the Z4. And this one is bloody expensive.
So what else, for this purpose? Waterproof (at least splash-proof) is good, the brightest possible display, and a good screen, would be the main criteria, I think.
I like Android, dislike the Fruity kind, but what about Surface? A Windows tablet will run different and probably more apps -- possibly an advantage.