Could be, but I don't think that's it at all. Besides, we're only suppsed to be talking about the current situation, not the future, wasn't that your stipulation?
Originally Posted by clevin
At most presentations I go to, there aren't any computers from those in the audience. The one exception is presentations at tech conferences (I've been to a bunch of those too), and those guys are usually using their ocmputer checking on email and such.
From everything I'm reading about tablets, most folks are using them as an "add-on accessory" to their normal computing needs. In other words, they have a computer, and are going to continue to use it, and still use the tablet. I don't see that changing in the corporate world either.
Yes, I believe there will be some demand for this, but I also believe it will be little demand, and will likely be filled by an add-on device.