Parent should mod as Funny, not insightful! Children ALWAYS, ALWAYS know more computer than their parents, period.
It sounds more and more like China, where when you get accused, you are presumed illegal until you prove it otherwise. Ha ha, it is funny to see this happen in the US of A
Easy to solve, just move up the hierarchy or switch job.
Well said! This is the attitude!
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Well put, exactly.
... if the display is indeed an e-ink color. That is it, nothing else mattered (for a Kindle).
4G is officially referring to IMT Advanced as defined by ITU-R. The LTE and WiMax (802.16e) we have now have not yet reached the requirements in IMT Advanced to be called 4G, and LTE is definitely not "the dominant 4G standard" as quoted in the article. Although IMT Advanced is not yet finalized and has to wait until October this year, the candidates include LTE-Advanced (3GPP LTE R10 and beyond) and WiMax Evolution (IEEE 802.16m).
4G as defined to IMT Advanced would give a 100Mbps peak data rate during high mobility and 1Gbps during stationary/low mobility.
LTE that AT&T and the rests would deliver 100Mbps downlink data rate but only about 50Mbps uplink, and only up to about 300Mbps when in low mobility. For the real 4G, one will have to wait until October this year to have the IMT-Advanced to become finalized, and that LTE-Advanced would hopefully be available in 2012.
You have very good points about MS's capability to turn up a nice and good tablet, but at the end, all these won't matter, as we are still going to use it because this is the only tablet the corporate recognize as a compatible device, and you are still going to pay for all those bug fixes...
Reality is cruel and hard.
Should parent be rated as Score: 5, Funny ??
if the Courier weight the same or less than a hardcover book, then it would be okay, otherwise, it is just another touch screen notebook.
Oh, and I hope MS won't repeat their mistake in WinCE by assuming the same user interface on Win7 would also do fine for a tablet, it won't.
Hmmm...you seem pretty firm that the iTablet is real, and is a traditional tablet, making the Courier an immediate choice over them