“Tablets that are running a smartphone processor, outdated OS, and only be used to watch movies are not PCs,” Ben Bajarin writes for TechPinons.
“Tablets stuck on walls at retail are not PCs,” Bajarin writes. “Even some tablets that are tied directly to media and commerce services but can also check email and do minor modifications to word docs, etc., are not PCs. The best way to think about many of the tablets being sold today are as accessories to PCs.”
Bajarin writes, “That brings me to the iPad Air. This product signifies in my mind a blank slate of possibilities for personal computing. The iPad is truly a blank slate of opportunities for the future of computing.”
Much more in the full article – recommended – here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]