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Old 01-10-2013, 10:58 AM   #201
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To some extent you are right campo, however I believe that most electronic customers are less driven by the technology but rather driven by the media perception of the technology and how fashionable it is to own such a piece of technology. Look at your own choice of the Ipad Mini as a tablet, did you do a careful analysis of the technology when you decided to buy the mini. I have decided to stay away from the ipads and the new mini for the simple reason that apple products tend to be all about proprietary and in my way of thinking proprietary is bad. While I do acknowledge that is some aspects the ipad is not completely proprietary and qualifies as semi-proprietary (one can add apps for Amazon and B&N and get books from both stores not just apple) apple has a tendency to make their products proprietary and I do not want to get stuck with a proprietary anything.
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