Let’s break down the comparisons:
Acer announces the Aspire R7. It combines a desktop, laptop, and tablet; but I can’t understand why anyone would want to use a trackpad that’s behind the keyboard.
Or maybe Blackberry will be dead in 5 years…
The Nexus 10 is a dud, sales are negligible. The struggling Microsoft Surface tablets have even reportedly outsold them.
And it continues, Windows 8 is not helping.
This doesn’t bode well for Microsoft.
Using your tablet to make the occasional VOIP call comes in handy, but do we want it to be our Smartphone too? and one that is designed to be held up to our ear?
Looks like a decent tablet, but does Samsung really expect users to hold this thing up to their ear and use it as a phone?!?
It’s a full featured laptop, but you can only use it like a traditional laptop on flat surfaces. The battery is not up to snuff compared to it’s competitors as a tablet nor as a laptop. The screen size is lacking as a traditional laptop and it’s too big and fat to use comfortably as a tablet. Tell me, how is this device offering no compromised? It’s nothing but a big compromise, like all designs are!
Their iPad-friendly website is really good, but a native client would be better. This is one of the few cases where iPad users are shafted.
If you want to view low-res phone apps on one of the best hi-res displays available today, then the Nexus 10 is for you.
It’s an iPad in a smaller form factor with access to the same massive ecosystem.
With few to no apps that can take advantage of that beautiful display, is there even a market for a 10-inch android tablet?
Gaining traction, but still far behind the 14 million iPads sold last quarter. Will sales hold up with the iPad mini release in the next couple of days?