Someone criticized an Android device and guess who is first in line to report it…
Dear iNgadget: I think by now, we all know how it works: Apple introduced device X, and within seconds iNgadget starts talking down and spreading lies about competitors in the X market.
Have you seen the “PC World stops selling the Toshiba Folio 100, we go hands-on to find out why” article on iNgadget? Lets start by saying that you can order one for £329, not £999 or £560. Now, do you seriously think there are any merits to the rest of their “article” if they cannot even get the first basic fact right??
Just for the records: I have played a bit with the Toshiba Folio 100 and was amazed how well it worked (I have tested Galaxy Tab and iPad and Folio is so far the best one, but lets see if Archos 101 can top that). The software is very good although still not perfect, hopefully the 2.2 update coming in “a few days” will make it even better. Oh, didn’t your friends at iNgadget mention that???
EDIT: the article was updated by pointing out that many people have returned the Folio due to “lack of pinch-to-zoom in the browser”. HOLY CRAP, can you imagine someone returning their new shiny device because it could not do pinch zoom??? What kind of brainwashed Apple fanboys are we dealing with?? [for the records, the Folio I tested supported pinch zoom and was very good at it. Not that I will ever need that function]