Oh, it’s on. HP, RIM, Samsung, LG, Toshiba and Motorola have all placed their tablet cards on the table these past weeks by revealing their iPad killers and Apple has countered, with the iPad 2.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
RIM’s own failed attempts to compete with the iPhone, the now discontinued BlackBerry Storm and BlackBerry Storm II reflect products that looked good on paper, managed to generate a lot of interest and hype but which were hindered by poor multi-touch implementation and kludgy hardware.
Featuring Ted Kritsonis
Apple’s much-hyped iPad is a slick and stylish device that will serve multiple purposes. Initially, you’ll ask yourself if you actually need it, and make no mistake, the iPad is a “want” and not a “need”. But it does many things well — you just need some time with it to find out for yourself.