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Re: When will hcomb become more practical?
In my opinion, most people have no need for a tablet. It is not meant to replace a smart phone, but to supplement it. For my job, I have to go into the field about 20% of my work week, and a tablet is way more portable than a laptop, plus the battery life is much better than my laptop. I need to be able to edit documents on the go, and be able to show them to the foreman on a screen large enough for him to read. As far as storage goes, everything I use for work is cloud based, and at home I have a server to stream any media I want to play on my phone or tab. I think I have used less than 1gb of memory on my tab.
Honeycomb is a great os, it has made me want ice cream sandwich on my phone real bad! I'm running the Overcome rom on my galaxy tab, and this thing flies! It's only going to get better since it's using the stock kernel, for now.
For me, my tab has replaced my laptop, and bridged the gap between my desktop and phone. I really think these are niche devices, and most people won't view them as a necessary expense, especially at $500+. hth