I watched this interview this morning and it struck me that Microsoft was TOTALLY missing from this conversation.

It shows how far behind Redmond is in the tablet space.

It’s an interesting interview with food for thought on all sides but as an Ipad2 owner, I just cant see anyone else dominating this space as well as Apple has.

I used to own an HTC Evo and now I have an Iphone and the experience is night and day.

Android is an interesting phone and tablet Operating System but until they can get it more mature and stable, i’ll stick with the boutique product.

Interesting aside, I was at Best Buy the other day and the Blackberry tablet is selling for $600 and $800. They must be doing heavy lines of coke at RIM.

Here’s the video..

 

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