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I suspect what would happen is hardly anyone would buy the theme park.

That's why you a) wait until the other environment is well established first and b) charge a $250 markup.

"Less powerful, but easier to use" is a hard sell. But "Does the same stuff, is safer, and $250 cheaper" is an easy one.

I can see that button being part of an iPad Enterprise SDK, but there is no need for a separate hardware offering, it. Is all in the software.

Can you imagine how much bitching the $250 charge would bring?

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