Having read this post at CDM I’m really not sure what I think of this tablet.

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9 comments

  1. CDM has this weird thing against comparing pet music products with the ipad.

    The lemur – but you cant compare this with the ipad, it's much more expensive! Also, it has an ethernet cable!

    now the indamixx tablet. you can't compare this with the ipad, it runs renoise!

    I'm not a fan of apple, but my bottom line is what I can do with these devices. The ipad may have its own set of software and constraints, but in the end, that's just part of the comparison.

    i only have so many dollars to spend, and i'm going to be comparing things that are comparable to the ipad… to the ipad.

  2. I'm with CDM. A netbook-class device running Linux desktop software is not very comparable to the iPad for better or worse.

    It may look physically like an iPad, but I suspect any comparison ends there.

    Plus it doesn't play Magic Fiddle!

  3. I don't think it's comparable to the iPad either. It looks like one, but it's more like a laptop with touch an without a keyboard. And that's more or less what I find strange. It's not enough to change the hardware to get something new, the software has to be redone accordingly, which is not the case here… this might be the biggest weakness of this device

  4. I'm just going to drop this here.

    @Papernoise, you should have a look 😉 When the software was well done from the beginning, you don't have to have it redone to fit another form-factor.

  5. @johnnyg0 well I patially agree with you. The problem is, it's not just the formfactor changing here, it's the way we interact with the hardware that changes. So it's nothing like the move from desktop to laptop, it's much more complex than that.
    But I guess we'll all just have to wait and see what comes next…

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