“If Apple is building a touch-screen tablet as imagined by a recent analyst report, then the computer maker could find a strong market among consumers willing to pay more for a device that’s easier to use and more functional than today’s netbooks,” Antone Gonsalves reports for InformationWeek.
“Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster believes Apple is working on a device that would have a 7- to 10-inch touch screen and sell for $500 to $700, Apple Insider reported Thursday. The gadget would fill the gap between Apple’s $400 iPod Touch and $1,000 MacBook,” Gonsalves reports.
“If Apple is working on such a device, then it could find a solid market… People who aren’t just looking for a cheap laptop, and are willing to pay more for innovation, are a prime target for a design-focused company like Apple,” Gonsalves reports.
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