Ian Freed, vice president for Kindle at Amazon, had this to say about the future application: “We have actually developed a tablet-based interface that redesigns the core screen and the reading experience. Our team had some fun with it."
From what I have seen and heard on these Apple devices has generally been negative. From what I have read over this last weekend many manufacturers are putting out much more functional devices. I guess we will see where it goes, and I think the device type is very neat. This Apple tablet to me seems like nothing but an over priced iPod Touch like my daughter has.
^indeed... I think that people who get them will be sadly disappointed.
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I've only heard the opinions of tech guys and their thoughts are negative. But the tech enthusiast crowd is rather small. I haven't talked to regular people to see what their thoughts are. It may work out well sooner or later.
Besides being overpriced.
I feel that it is just an over sized IPod! I mean come on, you have three times the space and they couldn't add a few more features that what is already on a touch? You could have at least made it an Iphone as well with BT capabilities. That way you can surf and talk at the same time. Or are just trying to say Apple users are not ambidextrous?
One would think that since Apple is partnered with Wacom, that this would have been the best touch/scribe capabilities around. App wise, any competitor that uses windows OS already has the advantage, they just use Adobe reader for their E-books.
I am just glad to see that there will be so much competition for other tablets going up against this. I believe if all the other companies bring out their CES's in black turtlenecks to trump out their products? It would thoroughly confuse the audience, and they wouldn't know which one is the IPad :P
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