As some here may know, my wife and I do nonprofit work in Vietnam, and Michal has been a long time generous supporter of ours..
On a trip about 6 years ago, after leaving Vietnam, we spent a week in Luang Prabang, Laos. On our last day in in Luang Prabang, I got up early to take some photos of an ornate temple lit by the rays of the morning sun. As I sat there waiting, a woman showed up with lots of very nice photography equipment. As she was setting up her stuff, we were chatting.....she asked me what I was doing in Laos, I told her our story, she says "is your name Scott?" Uh.....yes it is. She then told me that she was Michal's partner, Kari. She was on her way to Burma to continue working on a book she had been working on for years, and Michal was at home.
Like everyone else, I'm expecting that it will. I think that will make it a compelling upgrade, pretty much no matter what other features it does or does not have.
Couldn't agree more. I think it's being way underestimated. I think it will be, ok I don't use this word 'cause I'm old, "awesome". And a big leap over the "competition".
We've had this discussion before, but the tablet market is looking more like the iPod market every day. Where Apple dominates (unlike the smartphone market). If they bring out a range of products across the price/benefit spectrum like they did with iPod they may own a huge percent of the market.
And unlike iPod its a high price, very, very disruptive tech. Been saying this since it came out. iPads could displace PCs pretty quick. The worm turns.....