iPad Supply Finally Meeting Demand: Tablet TuesdaysBy danseitz
After months of shortages, Apple fanboys getting into what they think are violent confrontations, and shameless gadget lust, we thought we’d kick off Tablet Tuesdays by pointing out the iPad’s shipping delays have dropped to less than a month.
Also, is Sony entering the Honeycomb Hideout? Will Dell delay their tablet? And who’s doubling down on the Playbook?
Yes, Virginia, Sony is releasing a Honeycomb tablet. It’s codenamed S1 and is on target to come out this summer: whether or not it has anything to do with the PlayStation is up for debate.
You know what won’t be coming out this summer? Dell’s big ten-inch record…er, tablet. It’s not going to hit until fall.
The Xoom recently saw a price drop in the UK, which some are taking to indicate that maybe people don’t want to pay more for a knockoff tablet when they could have the real thing for less. Gee, really?
Just how much is ASUS’s Transformer going to cost, anyway? We want a gigantic tablet with a sliding keyboard, or a tablet that plugs into a keyboard!
Finally, for all your CrackBerry addicts, good news: Polar Mobile is pushing out 100 apps for the Playbook. Polar’s specialty? Publishing apps. Hmmmm…somebody noticed the recent fracas between the Financial Times and Apple…