The 21st century brought with itself the advent of the digital age. The new age of electronics and tech gizmos has taken over our lives. From being objects that were meant to have things written over them, the tablet has taken a revolutionary turn of advancements. The first tablets were limited to their use, since processors at that time couldn’t handle the complex tasks we take for granted today. Nowadays tablets are an integral part of life, where not only are we socializing on them but it has become a medium where their usage is an integral part of a feedback control system. Most of the macro level electronic devices are controlled using systems that fit on a tablet enabling the user to communicate with the machine. These the internet has penetrated in almost every household meaning that its access be available to every device as well. Tablets come in handy when large computers seem too bulky to do mundane tasks that don’t require high computational power. Tablets allow the average consumer to enjoy and interact with the digital realm making all of us powerful enough to broadcast our thoughts to the world. Tablets come in all shapes and sizes. They address an audience that wants a fast access to computational power or connects them to the internet of things. Their ability to adapt to any sort of task and complete it makes them ever user friendly, since the access to applications built for them has become easy and almost free of cost. With the increase in the need for the use of computational power and the receding costs of modern electronics it has become ever more reachable for the common consumer to buy and experiment with technology than before. All in all, tablets have become an integral part of our lives where they not only manage our tasks but also help us foresee and predict of what’s coming and what’s in vogue.