Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 5th Jul 2012 22:27 UTC, submitted by Piet Simons
In the News Interesting charts by Horace Dediu: "As a result the Mac began to whittle down the advantage Windows had. The ratio of Windows to Mac units shipped fell to below 20, a level that was last reached before Windows 95 launched. It's as if the Mac reversed the Windows advantage. This was an amazing turnaround for the Mac. But the story does not end there." Too bad Dediu didn't include Android devices in his charts. The picture would change dramatically, and would downplay the important of either Windows or Mac/iOS. We're in a three-horse race - not the two-horse race Dediu paints.
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RE[3]: Comment by ilovebeer
by ilovebeer on Tue 10th Jul 2012 03:53 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by ilovebeer"
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Tablets are the future of what? They do indeed have their own little place in the world of computing, but a tablet is not replacing anything.

Btw, I have a netbook with a significantly bigger 12.1" screen vs. your ipad 7.9". It's slightly thicker than an ipad, slightly heavier, and slightly longer footprint but far more powerful & capable. It works fine with cellular too. It has likely 15-30 times the storage as your ipad. And it cost me probably half of what you paid.

Tablets are convenient media consumption devices, but little more than that. They have their place but calling them the future is ... silly.

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