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I haven't seen many computerized toaster, but yeah I'm sure someone has made one.
i got one of those i dont know why lol
    
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The ipad is a computer by definition (Not the high school input, process and output definition) but the fact that it is programmable and can preform logical and mathematical calculations. It shouldn't be compared to the likes of smartphones or netbooks as they have very different architectures and functionality... that is until we start seeing ARM processors in netbooks.
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I think Texas Instruments should be included in the mobile computer market; by that sweeping definition.
Then the calculator and food industry is by far ahead of apple. xD
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A netbook is just a small notebook. A notebook is just a small desktop... everything is just a larger or smaller iteration of something else. Having used an iPad (and sold them for a while), whilst I wouldn't buy one, i'd say the functionality of such a device is very much different from an iPod/phone.
Except not. The iPad, unlike even a netbook, does not have the same hardware functionality (or is even close, for that matter). It depends on a host (that is, a computer) to function. A netbook, on the other hand, does not. Neither does an ultra-portable, notebook, or desktop.

The functionality of the iPad is EXACTLY the same as that of an iPod touch. The only single difference between both is the screen size. Same goes for Android tablets that run the smartphone OS.
    
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The ipad is a computer by definition (Not the high school input, process and output definition) but the fact that it is programmable and can preform logical and mathematical calculations. It shouldn't be compared to the likes of smartphones or netbooks as they have very different architectures and functionality... that is until we start seeing ARM processors in netbooks.
Then Apple is doomed. Texas Instruments has sold far more computers.
    
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Then Apple is doomed. Texas Instruments has sold far more computers.
From a software point of view they have already have dug themselves into a bit of a hole. As the "need" for dumbed down interfaces and simplicity at the cost of functionality can only decrease. As each generation gets more and more computer literate they will want more from their devices at which point they will switch to the already dominant windows or even linux or future equivalent. (obviously some will stay with apple out of preference).... God bless

The same goes for phones and tablets eventually apple will have to start competing with functionality not just with ascetics.
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