Microsoft Surface: HP finds no advantage to the tablet

The Microsoft Surface is not appreciated by HP Todd Bradley as somewhat scratched the tablet. The boss's PC division finds no advantage to the device and it can not be considered the competition.

Todd Bradley has been interview by IDG Enterprise. In this interview, the head of HP's PC division has not chosen his words to evoke the tablet. At first, he attacked the distribution is really limited then embarked on an inventory of negative points presented by the tablet. The latter is according to him a little slow and inelegant "when you use it ... It is expensive. Overall, the press gave more importance to space the rest of the world." These words are still unusual, you should know that HP is one of the main partners of the firm of Redmond. In addition, the manufacturer does not offer consumer tablet today would have the opportunity to compete Surface.

Todd Bradley believes that the manufacturer did not intend to invest in the tablet market for the moment "we will not get some time on the segment of consumer tablets. We'll do next year, and you will not see HP multimedia tablet this Christmas."

Currently, HP prefers to focus on its tablet for professionals called HP ElitePad. A few months ago, HP still had launched TouchPad, a device that would compete with the iPad. The success was relative. The latest models were sold on the eBay store.

70 million PS3 sold worldwide

Sony announced that the PlayStation 3 has surpassed the milestone of 70 million units sold worldwide. This figure was reached a little more than six years after the console market, November 11, 2006 in Japan.

The company also announced that 15 million PS Move found buyer for the launch of its marketing two years ago. Software side, Sony talks about 3590 different titles available on the console, which equivalent in volume to more than 600 million games sold. The Playstation Network is currently offering 170,000 downloads content catalog including 57,000 games.

Launched a year after the Xbox 360, Sony's console is going to catch up. Last month, Microsoft announced that its console had crossed the threshold of 70 million units sold worldwide. In this generation the Wii is still far ahead and finish the race ahead, output Nov. 19, 2006 the United States and Canada, it accounts for 97 million copies sold.

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