did you see that thing? laptop + tablet.. its cool dont you think?Hilarious to hear him talk about what he thinks is "mainstream" and what is not. Let's see, Apple sold about 500,000 iPads in the first couple weeks it was out (and are predicted to sell well over 10 million in the next year), MS sold how many Windows tablets in the last 10 years? Anyone? Anyone? But yeah, let's talk about "scenarios".
They've got the form factor down and the battery doesn't sound bad (though not as good as the iPad's), but the controls look clunky. Interface looks nice, but he's scrolling slowly intentionally and it STILL looks unresponsive and slow.
seriously? I reckon they could attach the p8400 into it. No battery life, but one powerful device!lukenn said:
MS doesn't make tablets (yet). They make software. Bill prefers the netbook form. 2008: 14.6 to 16.4 million netbooks(mini-notes) were sold. 2009: 33.9 Million. 2010: 39.7 Million (predicted). I guess Bill is right so far.MS sold how many Windows tablets in the last 10 years? Anyone? Anyone? But yeah, let's talk about "scenarios".
I said I wouldn't buy it as it is. Stick more power in it and it's a whole different ball gameWirelessly posted (nokia e63: Mozilla/5.0 (SymbianOS/9.2; U; Series60/3.1 NokiaE63-1/100.21.110; Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 ) AppleWebKit/413 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/413)
seriously? I reckon they could attach the p8400 into it. No battery life, but one powerful device!
I'd be willing to bet the iPad will cannibalize that 2010 number (39.7 million) back down to the 2009 (33.9 million) figure. The iPad will total around 10 million for 2010 units. And so on in 2011.