/// Finally, the Tablet to Make HP and RIM Feel Better About Themselves

September 30, 2011  |  All Things Digital


There have been some pretty bad attempts to take on the iPad over the past year, but last night things reached a new low. On NBC’s “ The Office ,” the fictional Dunder Mifflin team was forced to sell a triangle-shaped tablet, dubbed the Pyramid. It’s heavy and has poor battery life and, well, it’s shaped like a triangle. It’s got enough flaws to make the TouchPad and PlayBook seem like home runs. Of course, unlike the products from HP and RIM (and dozens of less-than-successful Android tablets), the Pyramid has going for it that it was never meant to be real. That said, its arrival should provide some comic relief for the tablet industry, at least until they remember that Apple continues to laugh its way to the bank.

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Finally, the Tablet to Make HP and RIM Feel Better About Themselves


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