Agree. People who need full-fledged keyboards won't be using these. I see the surge in sales coming from purchasers who want a 2nd or 3d computing appliance in the home, for less sophisticated computer users/family members who only want to browse the web and read e-mails. I also assume these will come with built-in webcams that will allow grandparents to easily see their grandchildren. And then there's the whole university market. With Apple predicted to sell 2 million of these a month by the end of the year, I can see at least that many "clones" being sold as well, similar to how Droid phones outsold iPhones Q1 of this year.