The laptop framework which can support more slots and more side-line devices is more complicated than the tablets. Most notebooks use the non-touch function except for specifically designed laptops; most tablets, on the other hand, use the contact function. The framework of most tablets is extremely lightweight and compact with only one panel and a LCD touch screen technology.
Most tablets weight less than a kilo. The 10 inches wide tablet's body weight is between 600 and 900 grams, while 7 inches size tablet's body weight is about 400g. Notebooks on the other hand weigh between 1 to 2 kilo grams.
As discussed before, a tablet is usually smaller than a notebook. Most tablets have 7 to 10 inch screen size. Notebooks are much bigger offering screen size between 10- 15 inches. Furthermore, the thickness of a tablet is also considerably less than that of a notebook.
Input method difference:
Most tablets are operated using fingers. Tablet’s special operations depend upon the gravity sensor and the microphone inside the machine. Notebooks, on the other hand, are operated through a mouse, touch pad and a keyboard. You may also need to use a microphone or other equipment to run some operations.
Both notebooks and tablets are appropriate for mobile usage. Speaking of the comfort, tablets can be used anywhere (during travelling or at work) because of their small size, light weight and easy operational functions. Laptops can only be used in an area to be placed (like knee or table) due to their large size and other restrictions.