@Alison right. I think if a device get popular copy cat wants to share the profits and come out with something very similar in out look and features and with low price. As a result price of things goes down which is good for consumer but bad for the company originally making the device. In these tough economic times consumers will go for cheaper products and that what might be threatening to todays devices.
@Alison right. I thing if a device get popular copy cat wants to share the profits and come out with something very similar in out look and features and with low price. As a result price of things goes down which is good for consumer but bad for the company originally making the device. In these tough economic times consumers will go for cheaper products and that what might be threatening to todays devices.
The Celluon virtual keyboard *is* expensive. I worked for an employer three years back who bought three to test in highly mobile situations. Since they were attached to computers, we used USB connectors, not Bluetooth. But the detector worked very well.
I don't recall it having the gesture component back then. That's looks pretty awesome.
I recently stopped by a mall and saw that Sony had this new phone that was basically a cross between a smartphone and a tablet. It was huge. In fact, it was 3/4 the size of my tablet and all the while, I was thinking, This is a phone? Seriously? All I can say is, it was a monser of a phone and I would probably never use it at all.
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