Thus far, consumers have been prepared to pay $500 to $1000 for the pioneering Apple iPad tablet range. However, as demonstrated by the previously unsaleable HP TouchPad, which sparked a consumer tsunami when offered for $99 in a fire sale, sub $200 tablets is what consumers want - and Apple had better take heed.
A few months ago the tablet PC was a dead duck. But then Apple announced the iPad and all of a sudden the category become hot and sexy again. The Handii Tablet, running Windows 7 Professional, tries to pull back some of Apple’s momentum, addressing many of the iPad’s shortcomings but missing on some key features.