Originally Posted by ForumViewer
I guarantee you these won't make a dent. It's like ASUS themselves doesn't know who to make tablets for, so like a buckshot, they mass produce a handful of different products and hope one of them sticks. Of course, you'll call that "choice", but at the end of the day it's bad for consumers who buy into it because these devices won't be supported for very long because sales will suck, and it's bad for business for obvious reasons.
But call me a troll and ignore the obvious. That's fine too.
Right, support for a cintiq sucks, because the market's too small........
Support for Porche sucks compared to Ford because they have a smaller market share.
What the hell have you been smoking dude?
By my reckoning apple doesn't know 'who' to make tablets for either. For 99% of the market base the idea of a 'touchy' tablet is nothing more than a novelty. The only company that really "knows" who to make tablets for is Wacom, and they've been doing it for years & make the best 'touch' products you're going to find anywhere in the world. Asus at least has the wisdom to seek the aid of the most veteran company in the business, instead of mindlessly producing hyped junk that is little more than a prettified pda to anyone who actually wants touch functionality for a reason
(just about every single so called 'tablet' product I've seen so far).