When Steve Jobs said competing 7-inch tablets were DoA or 'dead on arrival', he was right in many ways, as competing smartphone tablets lack a dedicated OS, a standard platform or hardware and an OS fast enough to do the job, while iOS powers ahead not only wowing the consumer market but having also sparked ever greater business interest as well!
Whenever Apple seems to launch new products, reports of problems and issues for some users seem inevitable iCompanions, from claims of faulty logic boards, kernel panics and display problems over at Apple's Support forums.
Telstra has launched its 'entry-level' tablet computer, the T-Touch Tab, aiming to conquer the mass market through a basic but workable tablet experience and cheap pricing that is so similar yet so different to the iPad it's clear why they're at opposite ends of what is fast becoming a very profitable scale.
I don't trust the ChiComs any further than I could throw them!
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