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HTC Preps 'Disruptive' Tablet, Wearables
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Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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10/21/2013 | 8:45:52 PM
re: HTC Preps 'Disruptive' Tablet, Wearables
Any of you considering smartwatches now ? I think mini tablets may be the next gadget for many people -- before smartwatches.
rantsalot
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10/21/2013 | 8:14:08 PM
re: HTC Preps 'Disruptive' Tablet, Wearables
The HTC Incredible was an excellent product for its time. From what I could see when I demoed an HTC One, it too is an excellent product. But having excellent products evidently is not enough today. People are more interested in the latest whiz-bang features, even if they haven't been fully tested. Companies that take the time to produce higher quality products are being ignored in favor of those winning the (buggy) feature race.


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