Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 6th Apr 2010 14:01 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless It's tablet week on the internet, and now it's time for the Joo Joo to take centre stage again (after the iPad and HP's upcoming Slate). Engadget received its review unit last week, and yesterday, they published their review of the device. In what will surely not come as a total surprise to anyone, their conclusion is that while the hardware is decent and slick, the software is not.
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Performance and Usefulness don't equate to tons of buttons, but I'd certainly hope that software would be designed elegantly enough that people with disabilities could use it.

This sort of thinking is why people scream when there's no flash support. They'd rather throw something up in flash and who cares if a blind person loves the band, or wants to eat at a restaurant. It's sad that the tech savvy are so blatantly biased.

A lot of things that are hard shouldn't have to be. Shoveling software with terrible, complex design is an embarrassment. But, then again, it'd be sad if your expertise wasn't needed. Better to keep things mediated...

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