It’s critical to find the right balance so that users would still be inclined to upgrade to get the premium features.
Other than my programming tasks, all of the tasks that I normally do in my laptop, I can do now using my iPad. I can surf the web, read email, play games, read books, etc… Computing is so much fun with the touch interaction. The user interface is beautiful and functional. I can only wish this device would have been out a long time ago. That way, I would never have to deal with the frustrations of having blue screen coming out, finding software ‘drivers’ to behave with the current system configuration, reinstalling OS after few months, removing viruses and making sure you have Norton software installed. A computer should help me get the job done not interfere with my work. It shouldn’t be so technical that it will take me a long to get used to it and be productive. I think I have that computer in my hand right now with the iPad.