Re: Did it hit the sweet spot?
Correct...and this goes back to what's been discussed for a while now...can a tablet truly replace a laptop?
I think we've gotten to the point that the answer is a simple no, mainly because almost any option requires a level of comprimisng.
I'll provide a simple example: Creating a detailed executive summary deck on a tablet is by far more time consuming than on your most basic laptop, simply because of the tasks required (typing, clicking and dragging) and the need to compile information from other sources (excel chart, copy-paste text from other sources, and drafting the email to send the report).
But for viewing a deck...yes a tablet does the trick
NOTE: the exception to this would be a surface pro, simply because there is no comprise (but again, to me a surface pro blurs the line between a tablet and a laptop, aking more towards a laptop)