Apple nowadays have the habit of putting everything they can muster into single product promotions. The ipod, iphone, ipad, macbook, etc. When they present a product, they present only that product and sells it as a standalone. Reminds me of what the American generals wanted to do in the western front in WW2. They wanted an all powerful push in one area and then go straight to Berlin.
Asus, on the other hand, took a multi-front approach, much more like the Brits in WW2. The CEO of asus presented half a dozen products on announcement date of the TF. Now that the TF proved to be the most popular of what they put out, it seems that they are focusing more on the TF.
Which strategy do you think is better? We all know apple ipad outsold the transformer 20 to 1. But that's mostly because of apple's huge ad campaign (a quarter of a billion bucks) and the status symbol that comes with having an ipad. So, let's not bring those numbers up to say that apple's trategy is better.
Even this incoming official announcement of the TF prime, the chairman of asus will still announce several different products, not just the prime. Multi-front approach rather than an all powerful punch.
What do you think?