I've been interested in owning a iPad, but I already have a Toshiba
and it has a full Win 7 OS on a SSD, a 14 inch screen, a keyboard, USB3, an
Ethernet jack, HDMI, an SD slot and wireless internet - it's very responsive
and it can multi-task.
So, I guess I'd be giving up a lot if, I decided I really needed a iPad.
The Microsoft Surface RT is only $350, Go figure.
On 9/23/2013 9:03 AM, cardemais...@yahoo.com wrote:
> That's prolly the main reason why I'm such a big fan of my iPad 2:
*Why does it matter?*
It matters very much. The iPhone has consistently won highest customer
satisfaction ratings by groups such as J. D. Powers
a recent ACSI report does show
Samsung Galaxy edging them out). This customer satisfaction is a prime
force in maintaining the view of Apple as a premium brand and
justifying the current price points and hence margins - and margins
are certainly of great interest to the investor.
This sensation of "snappiness" or responsiveness is something that has
always set the iPhone above the competition, a key factor in customer
satisfaction, especially if an iPhone owner uses a competing product.
It is only after you listen to a good stereo system that you notice
the lack of quality in a mediocre one. The same holds true here to a