When we introduced the ThinkPad in 1992 it seemed like a huge deal
just to get everyone at IBM to agree with the name. No one,
certainly not me as VP of marketing at the time, had any idea that
more than 30 million ThinkPads would be sold. The iPad will surely
sell multiple times that number but more important the iPad will
change the model of personal computing — not immediately and not
for everyone, but for many millions of people the PC will begin to
look like a dinosaur.