"nothing Special" is very subjective. Their are people that believe their Dreamcast is very special still. They aren't 'wrong', it's just that is not the 'latest thing'.
closetwam said:If the Pandora takes off a bigger company might attempt to introduce a competitor, but it would be miraculous if it was anywhere near as "open".
I can't see who is going to create a 'competitor' as the Pandora does not meet anyone else's business plans or philosophy. The console makers want locked down software to sell loads of games. The rest of the umpc/netbook/whatever makers will not do anything for the price or be very interested in the amng controls instead of an extra row of keys on the keyboard.
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