In Pictures: 10 types of tablet users that drive us nuts

Tablet PCs are valuable devices that can simplify and enhance our lives. But they also bring out the worst in some people. Here's a list of 10 stereotypical tablet users that amuse, annoy and frustrate us to no end.

Ms. In-Your-Face Tablet Case

Ms. In-Your-Face Tablet Case cares more about her tablet's case than the actual device inside of it. At least that's the way it looks. She doesn't use any specific type of tablet case, but her case of choice always screams for attention. Her tablet protection frequently doesn't even look like a tablet case at all, but some kind of bizarre fashion accessory. And she'll always have the colorful case in hand, not in a bag, so everyone can see what "interesting" taste in tablet cases she has. (Ms. In-Your-Face Tablet Case also has a male counterpart, but the two are rarely spotted together, for fear of drawing attention away from each other's respective tablet cases.)

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