Somebody Forgot to Put ‘Little League’ in the Title of the Tablet World Series

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And … the 2011 Tablet World Champion is … the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. At least according to the ‘Tablet World Series’ at I think they may have forgotten to put the words ‘Little League’ in front of that title.

Looking at the way the playoffs went above is a bit like seeing that the kids from Rhode Island, Wyoming, and Nebraska just eliminated the Phillies, Rangers, and Yankees. The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet? Oh, and the iPad 2 didn’t even make it out of the first round.

Two devices that made it farther than the iPad 2:

— Amazon’s Kindle Fire – great performance. Way to march to victory before actually fielding a team (this tablet is not actually on the market yet).

— The Sony Tablet S. Huh? Is that a real thing?

I guess having sales that even reached six figures is not a requirement in this World Series. Cool idea though. I think I’m going to stage the Winter Masters Golf Tournament in my back yard – with my Labrador edging out the neighbor’s poodle in a playoff to become Winter Masters Champion.

Patrick Jordan

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2 thoughts on “Somebody Forgot to Put ‘Little League’ in the Title of the Tablet World Series”

  1. By your logic Budweiser should win every beer world series because it is sold more than any other beer. Popularity =\= quality by default.

    There is a lot to like about the iPad, but just because it has an Apple logo and is the trendiest tablet doesn’t make it the best device.

    1. Good point on Budweiser (bleck, horrible stuff) and popularity not equaling quality. But … the results of that ‘world series’ are still pure comedy.

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