Instead its better to look at the progress of the iTable as a concept.
The first one was pretty basic and rather obvious.
It didn't really have a purpose other than to take up space.
Not a survivor.
Then came one that tried to pack a punch.
Large and purposeful, but could it really do much more than display different place settings on the kitchen table and maybe provide a helpful online newspaper or two?
The latest generation have screens to the very edge.
This means they can be repurposed into other devices.
The one illustrated is switched off, although it is currently configured as a grand piano.
You'll see it also has a foldaway section (the optional iFold) for storage.
But of course, striving for technological greatness continues and there will be another generation, I'm sure.
Just like the other *ahem* well-known product the OhMiBod, which attaches to an iPhone or iPod to provide musical love. Even this has evolved from the earlier versions with the so called freedom cord, to the latest generation which positively buzz with bluetooth connectivity.