The Kindle Fire and other super-cheap tablets are reminding me of how the netbook craze began:
- Yep, it "does everything" a full size PC/tabel does, has all the features, all the checkmarks.
- Yep, it's dirt cheap.
- People buy it and then realize that:
- Yep, it's a cheap piece of junk and it is absolutely painful to use on a daily basis, and I hate touching it.
Sometimes you get what you pay for, but sometimes you get less, because you don't want to touch what you paid for.
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