Sources: Google Play, The Guardian
quote: The sales success of the higher-storage variant is unusual, given that competitors like Research in Motion, Ltd. (TSE:RIM) have typically seen their highest sales with the cheaper lower-storage models. In fact, the success took Google by surprise and the company has now been forced to put sales of the popular 16 GB model on hiatus, as it struggles to catch up with a back-log of orders in the U.S. and UK.
quote: What is ASUS getting out of this. Why would they manufacture something for nothing.
quote: 10 to 15 inch ipad/laptop fits in a bag.
quote: I are stymied.
quote: Face the simple fact: If Steve Jobs was alive there would be NO iphone that was not a 3.5" screen or a smaller tablet.
quote: if Apple do launch a smaller version of the iPad they will crush the Google offering and make a profit doing so
quote: they will crush the Google offering
quote: It will be interesting to see what happens if Apple really does release an 8" iPad.
quote: If they would raise the price ~$50-100 for better quality control then I'd gladly get one.
quote: Well the success of its rivals reportedly has Apple prepared to tell its legion of loyal followers to get the sandpaper out and ready their fingers for a mini-iPad.
quote: "Paying an extra $500 for a computer in this environment -- same piece of hardware -- paying $500 more to get a logo on it? I think that's a more challenging proposition for the average person than it used to be." -- Steve Ballmer
quote: outsell Android
quote: even if it was available today, i can think of no compelling reason to choose a microsoft tablet over the more established apple and android products
quote: One word... Office.
quote: DelBene didn't specifically address when, or even if, Microsoft would release a version of Office for the iPad, the dominant platform for touch-based tablet computing. But he made it clear that Microsoft would give Windows tablets the first crack at what for many companies remains a must-have application.