There’s no denying that the tablet industry has evolved at a tremendous pace in less than three years. For those of us non-believers of the original Microsoft Tablet PC, or even the first iPad and its potential, it was hard to even predict that the services and devices that we see ubiquitous today, would’ve been possible so quickly. That being said, there is no such thing as a perfect tablet, and not every device fits every user.

Make sure you watch today’s Top 5 as we talk about the things we all wish to see happening in 2014. We discuss the things that are still not fixed, and the reasons why these technologies are crucial to the health of the industry. We know that even then, tablets won’t be perfect, but wouldn’t it be great if things would happen a little earlier.

Make sure you also share your Top 5 wishes in the comments down bellow.

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