I read somewhere over the net, “Gravitation is easily demonstrated, evolution is not!”. But we figured a way out to silence our major critics, directly speak to them and let them review what we have. That is why we released info first to Android Police. Here in CES we then met with Slashgear and then with Engadget who is known for their honest opinion. And the last one was the Crunchgear. I am glad everyone was impressed!
Notion Ink will go slow and steady but with dogged persistence. I read a few comments on how we are marketing and how other companies are, but then we are missing a point here. We are not here to sell in millions in the first year and quickly become the billion dollar company. That doesn’t happen and shouldn’t as well. We will prefer the learning curve along the way, because we are here for centuries. I am honest with my plans and I know we can’t beat Apple in one day, which is the benchmark in most of the things. It takes time, effort and most importantly the experience to nurture the talent in to a beautiful art. We have the talent, we have proved that, and now it’s all about learning and implementing with perfection.
With a good product you can kill whole army, but with a dream you can build Nations. Someone wrote in the comments, they don’t care what dreams we have. I would say if that’s the case, we have seen 100s of tablets in CES, and we all are free to opt for one. But if you want to become a part of a unique history, sense the evolution, hang on, because we are here to do different things, and in unique ways!
For those who are with us since long, I wish you were there when they were reviewing your product. You could see awe and surprise in their minds and eyes. But there is a lot to do! And now we will focus back on our work!
With Warm Regards