The market is flooded with options yes, but what google does with the Nexus line is saying to developers "This is how you make a android tablet" it changed the phones when they launched the Nexus one way back and this will change the tabletsI get that you don't have one yet so you will probably buy one. I just think saying they are bitch slapping the other companies because this one is better. I'm curious what percentage of consumers already have a tablet. I can't think of how to say what I'm trying to say here. It just seems like the market is flooded and that google's doesn't stand out enough that people are gonna say gimmie gimmie gimmie need need need.
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Engadgets review is up and batterylife is as promised
"Being agnostic is all about the realization that even though there probably is some sort of god or creator out there somewhere, the human race is and will always be too stupid to find them.” Oscar Wilde (alleged!)
"'politically incorrect' (the preferred self-congratulatory term for the enthusiastically offensive)" Fred Clarke
I haven't read any self-published ebooks but I have read many ebooks that went on to be published in print and even to my undiscerning eye they could all have used a good editor to go over the script. I know ebooks aren't the future of books, a look at numbers will tell you that ebooks are the present especially if you love books that aren't carried in Wal-Mart but I really wish a cottage market of editors would grow along with ebooks.