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Why tablets aren't selling so well.

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Short answer: Price

Long answer:

Dear tablet manufactures, the reasons I haven't purchased a tablet:

1. I can install other operating systems (Linux, Windows) or a full copy of PhotoShop or GIMP on most netbooks.

2. Netbooks have a USB host rather than just a USB port.

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The problem with this article

The author thinks a tablet is just a notebook without a keyboard. He does not own a tablet and it shows in this silly attitude.

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