Mirconoft MPad (Microsoft Surface)

Company: Mirconoft
Best Audience: Everyone, Young
License Cost: 500k
Development Cost: 80K
Release dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
Y20 M10 W4  Y24 M2 W3  Y28 M9 W4
Discontinue dates for a playtime of
30 Years 35 Years 42 Years
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The mPad tablet computer by Mirconoft was introduced as a competitor to Grapple's successful grPad. In contrast to the grPad , the mPad comes with a ultra-thin keyboard equipped as standard in the front cover. Another feature that the mPad has and the grPad does not, is a stand, which is inbuilt into the back of the device. The mPad's real life equivalent is the Microsoft Surface.

The mPad has very successful marketshare, beating its main rival the grPad.

Target AudienceEdit

Well-fitting: Young (x1.0), Everyone (x1.0)

Non-fitting: Mature (x0.1)

Industry NewsEdit

  • "Today, Mirconoft has announced their very own tablet device to combat the massive marketshare of Grapple's grPad device. The mPad features a sophisticated cover that comes with an integrated, ultra-thin keyboard. The tablet itself has a widescreen display and a integrated stand. The mPad seems to be a combination of a traditional notebook and a tablet, and promises to shake up the market. The new product will be on the market later this year." - Year 20, Month 6, Week 4
  • "The mPad has received mixed reviews at launch, with many of them highlighting the fact that the mPad is indeed not the same as the grPad from Grapple. We will see what the future holds for this platform." - Year 20, Month 11, Week 2

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