Wednesday, February 16, 2005


 

The first step to fixing a problem is admitting you have one

Some blunt, but honest, talk from Josh Einstein:

The first step to fixing a problem is admitting you have one: "

Yet another article dooming pen computing. http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000667031704/

You know at Windows Anywhere, I was surprised (actually... was I?) that the OEM's and MS still don't realize the huge marketing problem with Tablet PC's right now. Yeah yeah everyone's drinking the kool-aid and thinking that everything is roses. Well the vast majority out there either doesn't give a shit about the Tablet PC or doesn't like it. To me, that's a problem.

This slow and steady growth thing isn't going to change on its own. Laptops are growing too. Tablet PC is not growing in proportion to other mobile technology. How is this ever going to get mainstream? How are you going to get people to care? Of the 7 or so people I've convinced to buy a Tablet PC, none of them use the digitizer anymore. It's just a laptop to them.

When is something going to happen?

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