I certainly meant no offense but perhaps my comment was a little harsh - I was spurred by your apparent vitriol based on an assumed price with no apparent reference to what the device is and why it would be. Lets do what everyone else does and compare it to an ipad with a 450 price tag and then consider this is a device that provides that tablet usability and adds on a full laptop/desktop capability and the proper stylus input. If you don't think it's worth the money that's fine but I certainly do. Naturally I'd be over the moon if it were cheaper but I'm considering this as a laptop "with extra" and therefore extra cost. Speculated prices around 750 are a price point we'd be comfortable with when considering replacements for laptops for users though - or in lieu of a desktop replacement. The benefits of having a tablet type device we can properly manage with all our existing tools and suites and the wealth of added value they bring is an extremely enticing prospect. I've tried some business offerings from toshiba etc but they fall short without options for 3g models and no digitizer etc so far so haven't been too impressed.
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