I think that really just like with everything else Apples competition is steep. For the last years in Slate type devices they have not had any real competition. They have in the smart phone market in which case they have been shown to loose a noticeable amount of the market, this is especially true as the myriad of Android devices have gotten better and better.
The slate market is still maturing everywhere else at a slow rate compared. So they may have room to keep a greater portion of that share in this device type. If this device is not a decent refresh that seems questionable somewhat. Of course as I sated earlier the Android slates although multiple in numbers are not in a large part at least from the big boys even on the market. So right now the only real competition is the ZOOM.
I still don't get why these devices are twice the price of netbooks. If they were $4-500 ok, but $6-800 is way too much for what you are getting. A lot of really nice laptops live in that price range.
I dunno man... how can PC ever beat this?? (sarcasm)
lol...yeah it's pretty.....but at least on the pc you have the choice to put that many icons on your desktop.....lol
Steve jobs is there. Looks thin.
OK; that was ridiculous, so the iPad 2 is the same with some new accessories, comes in black or white, and on At&t or Verizon. So basically nothing has happened here, but of course an over hyped App look what we have now conference, for a device that we already had (oh now in 2 colors)?
Yeah basically, now has A5 processor, thinner (which I guess is impressive), and cameras front and back. No SD slot, no USB, no retina display, same price - yawn.
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