Never count Apple outNY Times [via Matt Scoble]: "The iPad bet could prove a loser for Apple. Some skeptics see it occupying an uncertain ground between an iPod and a notebook computer, and a pricey gadget as well, at $499 to $829. Do recall, though, that when the iPod was introduced in 2001, critics joked that the name was an acronym for 'idiots price our devices.' And we know who had the last laugh that time." - Will the iPad fail? I don't know the answer to that, but I'm sure willing to hook my wagon to it and join the journey.
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