I think everyone get's what you're saying but you obviously didn't comprehend what he was saying as he never mentioned how many iPad owners use a keyboard. He just mentioned that the Surface doesn't need a keyboard because it also has a virtual one and if people do you use one they'll do so on a table, like iPad users do if they use a keyboard. Nowhere in there did it mention the majority of iPad users use keyboards and how do you know how many people do and don't use keyboards. I sure see a lot of them when I go to the Apple Store, somebody better tell Logitech before they waste more money on making them.
Relic, let others speak for themselves. This is the second times you've done this. Do you do this at work?
YOU REALLY need to grow up. How many iPad users are there? Quick guess? tens of millions? hundreds of millions?
Let's just say there are probably around 100 Million iPads sold, I know there are more sold, but this is good enough number for this purpose.
How much is 1% of let's say 100 million iPads? That's 1 Million. Well, is 1% of a BIG NUMBER STILL A BIG NUMBER? Yeah. So if 1% of the iPad users buy keyboards, that's STILL a lot of keyboards. You multiply that by $10 or $20 net profit per keyboard and you have a nice little income for one product. Is that the majority of the iPad users? NO. Did I say no one buys them? NO. I said MOST iPad users don't use one. Well, MOST iPad users is anything more than 50%. Now, why is it that you opened your mouth in the first place? Seriously Relic, you need to THINK about things.
No, he was meaning that people use the ipad with a keyboard standing up that he's never seen that. Well, I never said they do in the first place. But people use iPads (without that physical keyboard) standing up all of the time.