By the way, I disagree about tablets not being useful for productivity. I just depends what you're trying to do. People like doctors, educators, sales people, etc., are using tablets to serve patients, students, customers, etc.
Just because all some people do with tablets is consume content doesn't mean that's true of everyone. My company wouldn't be giving out iPads to people just so they could play on them, lol. There's a business and educational case to be made. And that's what Apple is pursuing, along with the recreational users.
What you do on your iPad -- consume content -- can be done on laptops, netbooks, etc. The difference is form factor.
I mean making documents and files. Or other productivity that needs a keyboard. The only thing the iPad is good at is for viewing the file or document finished.
I never said it was only good for games. I also said that it is good for viewing documents, files, and other things. The iPad is also good for educationl purposes, yes I agree with that.
Yes you can do all of those in the laptop or a notebook, but the iPad is way better in this things. That is why companies offer iPads to there employees.