I don't know that Kawasaki's testimonial is "amazing" any more than figureheads should be castigated or lionized arbitrarily. But I did find this bit amusing:
"Another thing I like with Android is, they don't have some stupid proprietary cable. I can go to any hotel front desk and, if I've forgotten my cable, they always have a micro-USB around. I can use my Nexus 7 and it's on the same cable as my Samsung Galaxy S3. What a concept! A standard cable."
Wozniak's admiration of Android gear seems a bit less compromised than Kawasaki's, though, because he's not actually being paid by Samsung to write pro-Android tracts. G.K. makes his conversion sound completely product-based and yet he'd already written the book advocating Android before certain of the devices he cites as turning points were actually on the market.