Dell: Apple’s iPad Is A Shiny Device

Posted on Jun 6 2012 - 12:03pm by CONTRIBUTOR

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Dell Australia managing director Joe Kremer has infused to give up the tablet computing race, claiming “shiny” devices like Apple’s iPad are too difficult for business to support as enterprise users demand more. Kremer told in a media and analyst briefing in Sydney on Wednesday afternoon: “People might be attracted to some of these shiny devices but technology departments can’t afford to support them.”

Kremer further said that the company that tried to run the race with the Streak 5 and 7, and they offer some Android and window 7 tablets that you have likely never hear d of, even Michael Dell doesn’t believe Android tablets will ever be able to challenge the iPad.

Dell aims to finally crack the iPad nut with a ‘business-friendly’ Windows 8 tablet that will hit the market, while Apple is rumored to be working on a 7-inch iPad that will likely launch before year’s end, whereas Microsoft is readying the debut of its Office series of products for the iPad.

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