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Discussion in 'iPad' started by None Such, Jun 8, 2010.
Ha ha, that thing is ugly but I'm glad there will be competition.
Hardly. Thing looks like the size of large Mac book turned sideways. The iPad is as big as I want to go for a mobile device.
That's an absolute beast. It's massive, heavy and looks like it will be expensive but I like that it's focusing on one area and trying to do that well - education. Whether that's enough for it to find a market though, I don't know.
5.5 pounds???? They REALLY want to recreate the textbook experience. I can only speculate what a KnoPhone would look like: 3 pounds with a rotary dial?
I love the picture of that girl at the library next to the guy with a book. The look on his face haha.
Only if you put it on top of the iPad. Kill by fattie suffociation.
The 'K' is silent so the answer is No.
Yeah, this new device will kill the iPad...
...if you dropped it on one.
Why do all the people in the promotional material look like they are laughing at the girl using the Kno? Is this serious?
Yep, it's a killer alright, I about died of laughter looking at it.
Looks like a Flintstones' iPad.
Sounds somehow... familiar:
(quotes from Kno website).
Given that "App Store" is a Service Mark of Apple (http://www.apple.com/legal/trademark/appletmlist.html), are they looking for a bit of trouble?
iPad killer? knot.
looks like hi tech tablets that Moses would of had gotten if he was around today.
What student will want to lug around 5.5lb, 14" x who know thick, device. when you can carry a 1.5 iPad that does a lot more.
The name is a spectacular own goal. Homophone fail.
To quote your user name, "none such"
This is a joke, right?
Bring the weight to 3 pounds or less, run webOS or something fast on it. Give it the things the iPad is missing (flash, file system, camera, USB, sd card, stylus, handwriting) and it might find it's niche.
But 5.5 pounds of goodness is too much.
Ha ha ha -- thanks for sharing!
you know the founders now are iPad hating and living in denial.
LOL! So true.
That thing is ridiculously huge. They need to rethink this before they lose a ton of dough.
With the right delivery, not such a bad thing...