Lol. The best thing is customers get to choose and spend less if they'd like.
Thanks to iPad's success because of early adopters, not only have iPads become more price accessible, consumers have more choices among tablets. The low-end Kindle Fire is $139. It's hard to believe it was only April 2010 when iPad kicked things off!
I remember when Amazon announced its first e-ink Kindle and how it cost about 400 bucks in 2007, lol. I still have my original Kindle, which seemed like a gift from the book gods back in the day! Look how far we've come!
If have an original Kindle Fire that has not been on a charger for MONTHS, and it keeps holding a charge. I'm now trying to see just how long this thing can hold a charge. I wonder if the newer ones hold a charge for so long. My regular Kindle reader goes dead in a few weeks (I admittedly don't use it much).
But yes, tech has some a long way in a relatively short time. I like having so many choices too but in truth I think we will suffer for the low prices one day down the road.