However favorable market conditions are and manufacturersҠoffers might be, there are always people who want more who are never satisfied with what they can get. The sense of their life is to chew over the latest developments in the sphere, complaining of poor quality, high prices, limited functionalities and lack of supplies. In fact, as multiple researches show, such people never buy a thing. They got used so much to discussing some technical issues, some certain sides that are unable to make the final choice and choose something particular.
There are lots of people who seemed not to be satisfied with the product, delivered by Apple and they are right at least what concerns the closed environment of the iPad, censorship issues and quite restricted functionalities. As the time passes the range of complains was added by a supply shortage and quite a high price. When the category at the market is represented just by one product, itӳ extremely easy to find faults with it. All the possible comparison is made with some ideal gadget which neither has ever existed, nor will be produced at all. So, the fate of the pioneers is always hard but their revenues and profits are really fascinating and the iPad story proves the both points.
Now agitated nettizes are nervously waiting for other devices of the category to hit the market and rumor about their strong and weak points trying to define market underdogs and market winners. And they are absolutely impossible to satisfy. They do not like PlayBook due to the stupid name which contradicts the very nature of the gadget. But at the same time such names as EeePad (a possible tablet from Asus) and BlackPad (another trade name patented by RIM) seem to iPadish for them. Consumer market tablets are too entertaining and really lacking some serious working functionalities but at the same time business oriented tablets either seem too oriented or provide some functionalities which a working tablet can do away with. Toshibaӳ Folio is too big for them and thus inconvenient, while Dellӳ Streak or Samsungӳ Galaxy are too small and, thus, also inconvenient.
The hottest point of discussion is the price. Heated by emotional articles from Foxconn plants where Chinese assembling workers are severely underpaid, American consumers began enquiring whatӳ the real price of their gadgets and how much money they overpay for them. Certainly there are fabulous stories about devices which will come into the market ultra low priced ֠$100 or less. It would be unreasonable to say that such tablets can not exist but they hardly be numerous. Consumers are quite picky these days and they will definitely hate a tablet which does not come up to their expectations however cheap it may be. So, people forgot about low prices and be thankful for the choice we may now enjoy.