[NTLK] Modern Tablets and the Stylus: Sound Off!

Ryan newtontalk at me.com
Fri Nov 5 20:19:06 EDT 2010


I do like Apple's products today, especially the iPhone. However, I also understand what you are saying.

In doing some research this week, I've dug up some stuff on the Knowledge Navigator... again...

And we're not there yet. Would Apple even do something like the Navigator today? Part of me says yes, part of me says no.

It has to be incredibly simple and shiny, or else I don't think they would do it. And the Navigator is a bit more complex a design.

Well, we still have Newtons to play with...
Thank you,


On Nov 05, 2010, at 05:14 PM, "Joel M. Sciamma" <joel at inventors-emporium.co.uk> wrote:


> We are forced to go backwards, with "Apple" style, and happy keeping toys in
> our hands. It has a deeper meaning. General public should go backwards and
> feel happy about it and only a few professionals should have access to
> "high-tech" and large potential in their hands. Others should use clouds for
> easier penetration. 

Well, with the recent demise of the XServe, a market that Apple diddled around with for years without any real commitment, it seems that designing leisure toys is a lot easier than satisfying a much smaller number of pros who know what they want and expect the kind of service and attention to detail that's so annoying to have to provide.


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