Somewhat accurate list but by no means to be quoted or used to make a point. This list has included a few duds (tablets not accepted or sold well) and by doing so it has opened the door to other tablets which by all means were much more important to the lineage of tablet development than what was included. The Newton came before the Palm Pilot and when the Palm debuted, it got much comparison to the Newton, which was Palm-like in most major ways. The Windows CE devices were marketed from the late 90s and are still in devices sold in 2014, making it the longest running tablet OS ever! Also, there were several industrial tablets sold throughout the 90s which were used in hospitals, warehouses, and other business establishments which required an easy device to carry around and take notes, or fill out forms with.
No, this list of '10 Tablets' shows the writer didn't thoroughly do his homework well, and placed importance where it's not due, and ommited what should have been included. It's a C+ paper at best.