This is a discussion on What Do You Think People Will Be Saying..? within the iPad General Discussions forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Wakawaka Evolution of the tablet market. Not cheap by any means for user function vs size. For it's size it's great but ...
They will be saying:
"That's the one that started the giant Tablet onslaught of 2011!"
Honestly, reading Engadget is dizzying because of the constant flurry of Tablet announcements.
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And yes, the iPad is cheap. My Fujitsu Slate was $2400. My iPad does everything i used my Slate for, but without needing a pen.
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What they will be saying is:
"Remember when these things weighed over a pound and you couldn't fold one to put it in your pocket?"
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Heh we will be shaking our heads at how primitive it was, like a dos computer with 2mb of ram....
Probably not more than they said about the Apple II 10 years after its' incarnation of the IBM PC for that matter.
We'lll be saying about the same thing as we do of the first Mac:"How could we deal with so little memory!"
You guys are all passing by the Touch interface. The first Macs had the first mice to market, now the first iPad has...well Apple has the first unique Touch interface...
Apple has a way to create user ergonomics, that's what appeals to me. Granted a tablet is nice but even such a slick one as the iPad wouldn't feel good with an OS like Windows. It's the whole package that makes it so appealing.
Last edited by iVan; 10-09-2010 at 08:02 AM.
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