David Gewirtz of ZDNet maintains the computers of a neighboring elderly couple. He told them to switch to an iPad. And then this:
The first AirPrint printer couldn't be set up without a PC. Period. The Apple store people actually recommended my elderly friends go out and buy a $300 cheap PC just to set up printing on the iPad.
My wife is the most thorough user of an iPad that I’ve met yet. But she still does most of her work on a PC.
Let’s face it; tablets are a whole lot better at pushing information to you, than pulling it in from you: they’re the IT version of network TV.
* I can see it now. Some enterprising person with more time on their hands than me will put together a YouTube video of this to parody American Horror Story.