In a presentation by Storage Networking World, in the North American city of Santa Clara, Steve Wozniak spent a long time talking about a subject not related to storage in general: tablets. The co-founder of Apple believes in the potential of the iPad, as he thinks that it is not a product for a select class of people with greater knowledge in computing, but for users in general both domestic and corporate.
?The tablet is not necessarily for the people in this auditorium. for normal people in the world, ?said Woz in his lecture, noting shortly afterwards that creating products with the simple appeal of consumer goods has always been Steve Jobs?s intention, at the helm of Apple. "It's hard to get there," according to the geek.
The iPad created a unique opportunity for Apple to try to redefine the behavior of the modern computer, but, as in other segments, several competitors have established a bustling market around Ma's tablet. Woz does not doubt its potential, but fears the possibility of The competition will try to influence its simplicity of use for ordinary users.
"I read today that Android tablets should outperform iPads, and I hope that never happens," concluded Woz.
(via Cult of Mac)