Would you choose an Amazon/Android tablet over an iPad?
JOiseau 2 years ago
It's rumored that Amazon is looking to build a follow-on product to their popular Kindle e-book reading devices, and that this new line of products would resemble the other Android-based tablets that are being sold by Motorola, RIM, Samsung, and others. Given the failure of these other devices to sell well, would you be interested in such a device if it had the Amazon brand name attached to it? What would make Amazon's tablet any better than the iPad, whose popularity is blamed for the lack of success of Android tablets?
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