If someone is trying to understand why Apple products do well and they're putting them in a feature comparison matrix against competitors, they're already doing it wrong. When the iPod first launched it famously had "less space than a Nomad" but it ended up dominating the industry. The specs for Nokia's high-end smartphones blow the iPhone's away but their U.S. market sales are abysmal and almost non-existent. The iPad doesn't compare well against a netbook in a feature-to-feature lineup but it has over 2,000,000 sales in less than 2 months.
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