Originally Posted by rsuryase
Must be a school for the wealthy to be able to spend that kind of money plus the repairs costs they WILL get in the future. Imagine children handling such fragile products.
True, true. Touch screen, larger screen, writing capability and WIFI do justify a higher price but I think $600 would have been more appropriate. I would have purchased the iLiad if there weren't so many complaints from technical issues such as fragility, low battery life and high repair costs.
I think someone should tell this kid about economic differences, differences in political systems and life-style, and the idea of "correct-choice-for-purpose"...
But I think we'll need to get that book uploaded to the Connect store before he'll be able to read it...