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Apple Tablet PC: Views from the experts

When it comes to the rumored Apple Tablet PC, which could be unveiled at their press event next week, many of us are not thinking big enough. We know how popular the device will be, but according to some, the device will be far more important than we could imagine.

When talk first started about Apple’s tablet device we had all assumed that it was to just be an eReader, but it has moved on since then. Not only will you be able to read electronic books, but also play games, listen to music, run programs and even browse the Internet through a mobile data network.

There have been so many renders and mockups of the new tablet device, but we are not going to know what it looks like until January 27, 2010. Apple are very clever, like Dell, HP and Sony, they have listened to the consumer, but it is only the iPhone maker that looks set to give them what they want.

Looking at a recent article on the Guardian, one of their readers said, if you are looking at the new tablet PC as an oversized iPhone or an eReader, then you need to start thinking much bigger. Let us not lose sight of anything, this latest gadget from Apple is not going to change the world and a lot can go wrong, such as its price, there are rumors that this could be from $600 to $1000. If the price were nearer the latter, then Apple would have shot themselves in the foot.

What are your expectations on the rumored Apple Tablet PC?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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