The hardware of a tablet, especially the screen, is prone to damage as they are carried around and used in various situations and environments. (Even waterproof tablets are fiddly and prone to water damage.) Compared to larger personal computers such as notebooks and desktops they have lesser capabilities. Video editing is possible but not advisable on most tablets, while few tablets can handle high-end games. The minimalist ergonomics of a tablet can make typing a frustrating experience, although great strides have been made in the form of multi-touch (some Apple devices can take up to ten touch points simultaneously) and better keyboard software. Finally, a traditional keyboard with a wrist rest and screen at eye left is much more comfortable than using a tablet for long periods.
In Estonian, the superlative form can usually be formed in two ways. One is a periphrastic construction with kõige followed by the comparative form. This form exists for all adjectives. For example: the comparative form of sinine 'blue' is sinisem and therefore the periphrastic superlative form is kõige sinisem . There is also a synthetic ("short") superlative form, which is formed by adding -m to the end of the plural partitive case. For sinine the plural partitive form is siniseid and so siniseim is the short superlative. The short superlative does not exist for all adjectives and, in contrast to the kõige -form, has a lot of exceptions.