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Innovation in the development of tablets

  1. 1. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovation in theDevelopment ofTabletsPrograma Líderes AcadémicosTecnológico de MonterreyCampus QuerétaroNatán M. Saad-LipshitzFebruary 20131Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  2. 2. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovation is Time Relative Today’s edge-technologies were dreams ~30 years ago Innovations of today may be obsolete in 5 years2Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  3. 3. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Why Innovate? Because everyone else is doing it….◦ Are they? Or just wishing they are? My boss/teacher told me to innovate… My boss’s boss told us we have to! Innovate or die? I took a class in innovation and it was funand cool!3Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  4. 4. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013For whom do you Innovate? For the CEO, who has an innovationproject For the good of humanity For the executives and the stock holders For myself and my family FOR THE CUSTOMERS!4Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  5. 5. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovation Facts You need to innovate to survive inbusiness Your competition is innovating Your customers demand innovativeproducts/services Innovate or your products/services willbecome obsolete and sales will disappear5Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  6. 6. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Definitions: The act of introducing something new A new idea, method or device The successful exploitation of new ideas Change that creates a new dimension of performance The process of making improvements by introducingsomething new6Innovation in the Development of Tabletshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Innovation
  7. 7. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Differentiation and Focus One size does not fit all Innovate and die vs. innovate or die Innovation is broadly chaotic - complexand interactive7Innovation in the Development of TabletsBy: Bob Hodgson, June 2007
  8. 8. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 8Innovation in the Development of Tabletshttp://www.dealingwithdarwin.com/
  9. 9. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 9Innovation in the Development of Tabletshttp://www.dealingwithdarwin.com/theBook/flash.html By Geoffrey A. Moore
  10. 10. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovators and Imitators Do you need to be first to market with aninnovative product/service?◦ Trend setters◦ Incremental Changes◦ Leap frogging◦ Imitators10Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  11. 11. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovators and Imitators Disruptive Innovation Application Innovation Product Innovation Platform Innovation11Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  12. 12. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013By Geoffrey A. Moore12Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  13. 13. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013What can be innovated A new Service offering A different way to offer a Service A process (manufacturing, billing,teaching, learning, etc.) A new product or product category A feature of a product13Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  14. 14. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 14Innovation in the Development of TabletsEvolution of a Feature: The PenPapyrus, pen, and inkwell from ancient EgyptPapyrus was used as a writing material asearly as 3000 BC and as late as 1000 AD
  15. 15. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 15Innovation in the Development of TabletsThe “New World’s” PenAugust 2, 1776:The Declaration ofIndependence is signed
  16. 16. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 16Innovation in the Development of Tablets2013: MontegrappaFountain Pen1700’s: basic penMaterials : Resin,Rhodium plated finishFountain pen fillingsystems : Cartridge /ConverterNib : Stainless Steelwith Iridium pointCraftsmanshipTechniques :Turning
  17. 17. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 17Innovation in the Development of TabletsBallpoint Pen
  18. 18. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 18Innovation in the Development of TabletsSpace Pen: NASA Version
  19. 19. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 19Innovation in the Development of TabletsSpace Pen – Russian Version
  20. 20. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 20Innovation in the Development of Tablets1965: RAND tablet(also called Grafacon)1983: Tandy Z- PDA 1987: Apple NewtonDigital “Pen”
  21. 21. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Mobile Note Taker Digital Pens21Innovation in the Development of TabletsDigiscribble• Capture natural handwritings and drawings while being away fromcomputer.• Save captured handwritten notes into built-in flash memory.• Upload captured handwritten notes to computer via USB connection.• Act as a digital ink pen with hovering and mouse functionality todirectly write into Windows Vista and Office 2007.• No installation is required to activate digital ink in Vista and Office2007.• No need for special paper.Logitech IO2 Digital Pen• You can convert the written text to Microsoft Onenote2003, Word XP 2003, MS Windows tablet PC Journalsoftware.• Youll also be able to convert to email for a whole hostincluding, AOL mail, Eudora mail, Lotus Notes, Hotmailand Netscape, but check to see the detail.• Despite the range of software supported, youll needWin 2000 or XP to use this device. There is nothinghere for Mac
  22. 22. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Samsung Galaxy Note: 201222Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  23. 23. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Microsoft Surface Pro Pen: 201323Innovation in the Development of TabletsOn the Edge: The Microsoft Surface Digital Stylus Pen• The Microsoft Stylus Pen Patent, the pen comes with aninternal light source and light guide that allows writing or touchto penetrate a screen display.• While the light projects the digital ink onto the screen, it couldnot do so unless an extra sensor layer tracks the movement ofthe pen on the screen.• This movement tracking (involving sensors) happens by way of acamera planted inside the stylus.• Via wireless connection, the camera transmits signals to thesensor layer.
  24. 24. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013The Evolution of Tablets24Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  25. 25. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 20133,100 BC Development of Writing25Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  26. 26. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Tablets over time26Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  27. 27. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Portables over the last 30 years27Innovation in the Development of TabletsDELL XPS 12 Convertible TabletDELL XPS 10 Tablet with detachable KeyboardOsborn 1
  28. 28. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013~30 years ago: Osborn 128Innovation in the Development of TabletsSystem Osborn 1Introduced April 1981Price US $1,795Weight 24.5 lb.CPU Zilog Z80 @ 4.0 MHzRAM 64KBStorage Dual 5 ¼” Floppy 91KB ea.Display 5” 53x32 text
  29. 29. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Today’s Tablets:DELL XPS 1029Innovation in the Development of TabletsSystem DELL XPS 10 Tablet with detachableKeyboardIntroduced December 2012Price US $679(tablet+KBD) /US $499 (tablet)Weight 2.9 lb./1.4 lb.CPU Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 1.5GHzRAM 2 GB = 2,000,000 KBStorage 32GB or 64GB = 32,000,000KB eMMCDisplay 10.1” HD display (1,266x768) w/multitouch
  30. 30. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013The time needs to be right!30Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  31. 31. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013US Tablet Launches in 201131Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  32. 32. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 32Innovation in the Development of TabletsMicrosoft Surface 2012
  33. 33. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Microsoft Surface Commercials33Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  34. 34. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Countless choices for consumers34Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  35. 35. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovation at Amazon35Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  36. 36. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 36Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  37. 37. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovation at Amazon: Products37Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  38. 38. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013 38Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  39. 39. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Innovation at Dell: 2010-201339Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  40. 40. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013First 5” tablet/phone: Streak 5”40Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  41. 41. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013A Killer Feature – GPS Navigation41Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  42. 42. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013First TMO Tablet w/4G: Streak 7”42Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  43. 43. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Evolution tablet: Streak 10”43Innovation in the Development of TabletsAndroid 3.0 Honeycomb. New UI designed from the ground up for tablets. Android3.0 is a new version of the Android platform that is specifically optimized for deviceswith larger screen sizes, particularly tablets. It introduces a brand new, truly virtualand “holographic” UI design, as well as an elegant, content-focused interactionmodel.Innovation: First Dell WiFi tablet sold in China
  44. 44. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Work & Play: Dell XPS-10 Tablet44Innovation in the Development of TabletsThe Dell XPS 10 embodies theintersection between work andplay with intuitive touchcapability, long battery life andmobile keyboard dock forenhanced content creation andbusiness productivity.
  45. 45. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013What is next in Tablets?45Innovation in the Development of Tablets
  46. 46. Natan M. Saad-Lipshitz © 2013Thanks for your participation!Natan Saad-Lipshitznatansaad@hotmail.com46Innovation in the Development of Tablets

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