Is The Microsoft Surfaced Priced To Compete Against The iPad?
The Microsoft Surface was announced several months ago, but no word was yet released on its price. Speculators believed it would be priced somewhere around the likes of the iPad 2 and iPad 3, and these have been proven true. Chief executive for Microsoft – Mr. Steve Ballmer hinted at the pricing, stating that the device would be very competitive.
Looking at the bulk of the tablet PC market, it would be somewhere not less than $300 to not more than $800, depending on the memory, size and features of the device. This will certainly put it in the range of the iPad …………………….. read more: http://www.zdnet.com/
Are Users Satisfied With Their iPads?
Apple’s iPad tops the customer satisfaction ratings done among US buyers. A poll done by JD Power & Associates asked 1985 people who were owners of the device. The poll used a 1000-point scale, and the iPad received a score of 832 points. The Amazon Kindle Fire followed the rating, then the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Acer was then fourth on the list followed by Nook from Barnes and Noble. Interviewees mentioned the importance of these factors in helping them decide satisfaction perceptions, and these include performance, ease of use, design, features and lastly, price ……………………….. read more: http://www.warc.com/
Does The iPad Makes Work At Boston Scientific Easier?
iPads were rolled out to the field sales force of the Boston Scientific. The move was to replace paper materials and brochures to show to doctors by their sales staff. Eventually, the iPad became one of the most popular topics during their company’s sales meeting – showing an adoption rate such as they have never seen before.
They have already deployed 5,300 devices and have created 100 custom applications which showcase products or are used as comparison tools. By the end of the year, their medical sales representatives will no longer be needing laptops …………………………….. read more: http://www.macworld.co.uk/