My employee and I usually go to at least one or two jobsites each, per week. We'll print out the plans on half-size sheets, mark them up on site, then scan the markups and drop them into the job folder when we get back. Somewhat of a tedious process. I recently bought Blue Beam for both of us, and I'm thinking about buying tablets for us to bring out to jobsites that we could use to pull up the plans (we have dropbox as well), and mark up the plans that are already in the folder. Just curious if anyone else out there has experience with a tablet that they like, or that they would recommend staying away from, given the two main applications we would be using - Blue Beam and Dropbox.
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