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If it has the possibility of being the go to device,how come I have never heard of it before. If you have complicated things that you want to do, the go to device is the P.C. There is not one mobile device out there that has the power of my i 7 Lenovo Desktop with 6 gig of ram. The i Pad may be fine for what it can do, but you have to stretch to call it a computer. I have a Nexus 10 which I consider to be a tablet, but it will not substitute for my i 7 computers by any stretch of the imagination. The i Pad resource wise is just about equivalent to one of my old XP computers. Basically i Pads and Android Tablets are being sold to people who have different things to accomplish than a true computer user. A lot of people have both computers and tablets. I will use my Nexus 10 for the things that it does well one of which is give me good portability, and will use my I 7 machines for what they do give me excellent power with limited portability. Tablets are also a favorite of people that don't need the complexity of a modern computer. when the chips are down, most people will retreat to the power of a computer when that is what is required.