You know those annoying people who talk about giving something a hundred and twenty percent, as if the already impossible 110% everyone else refers to is beneath them?
Well, that's exactly how we're feeling about HP's nonsensical claim that it doesn't plan for its TouchPad tablet to replace the iPad as the number one slate on the market. No, it says the TouchPad will in fact be better than number one.
Speaking at a press conference in Cannes, HP's European boss Eric Cador said the company planned to draw on its experiences fighting to the top of the PC world to achieve tablet supremacy – or maybe that should be more than tablet supremacy.
“In the PC world, with fewer ways of differentiating HP’s products from our competitors, we became number one; in the tablet world we’re going to become better than number one. We call it number one plus.” Ourselves, we call it something else altogether, but Mobot being a family-friendly blog we'll leave it there.
Still, Apple will no doubt be relieved that it's number one tablet status is safe from at least one rival.
Via The Telegraph