“If you’re the betting type, here are some more good odds: the tablet will be called an iSlate, have much more capability than simply an e-reader, boast a 10-inch touchscreen and sell for less than $1,000,” Kaneshige reports. “That’s all well and good-but at least one technologist isn’t convinced.”
Kaneshige reports, “Not about a 10-inch touchscreen, anyway.”
“Aaron Vronko, CEO of Rapid Repair, an iPod and iPhone repair shop, took a hard look at hardware options for a tablet that would impact system performance, battery design and power capacity,” Kaneshige reports. “His key conclusion: An Apple tablet won’t debut with a 10-inch touchscreen, which has been widely predicted.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Carl H.” for the heads up.]