March Madness Goes Mobile

This time each year, we try to catch up on our basketball stats, assemble our brackets, and look forward to one of the year’s biggest sporting events: March Madness. With so many games to watch and stats to keep track of, taking your March Madness experience mobile is no longer just a convenience – it’s a necessity. After all, you want bragging rights at every possible moment when you are leading in your bracket.

Intel-powered tablets take your March Madness experience on the road, guaranteeing that you won’t miss a single game whether you’re at work, at home, on spring break vacation or traveling. New thin and light designs such as the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series and Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 are ultra portable and can serve many purposes – from March Madness entertainment to work productivity to photography – making them a convenient, multi-purpose choice to take on the road or pop in your bag when heading to work.

This year, college basketball fans can enjoy a seamless experience by using the NCAA March Madness Live app. Download the app on your tablet and watch live streaming of all 67 games. The Capital One NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge also helps keep track of your picks in the official bracket game of March Madness, keep tabs on scores and stats in real time, without having to turn on the TV or log on to your desktop. If you love the history of March Madness, you can even relive classic March Madness moments and famous game plays on the app as well.

Whether you’re browsing the latest scores by using your tablet as a second screen while watching the game on TV or sneaking a quick glimpse of the latest game highlights while in your cubicle at work, tablets make March Madness more interactive and instantaneous.

Tablets are more and more becoming an integral part of sports – from football season to the playoffs – and are making stats, scores, game recaps and player information more accessible at anytime regardless of your location. What is your favorite way to use your tablet when catching up on sports?