Originally Posted by tubemonkey
I know there are two models, but even the cheapest one is priced way above the average consumers liking. Comparably priced 32GB and 64GB means a price tag to match the iPad. In other words, $600 and $700 for WiFi; and $700+ and $800+ for cellular models.
That is your interpretation.
Valid, but not gospel.
Certainly not enough to say it isn't a consumer tablet.
Or do you think the iPad isn't a consumer tablet?
Cause if consumers aren't buying it, who is?
Certainly not the corporate buyers...
Let's wait until it ships, okay?