All feature comparisons can be over-used for product management and consumer product selection. They are useful for comparing features but many products succeed or fail based on a lot of other factors. Focusing on feature grids can really blind you to the potential for your product and what you are trying to build. Some important things don’t usually show up in feature grids like support quality, reliability, user experience, and product ecosystem. A bad product can have a great grid and a great product can have a bad grid – don’t take your eyes off your strategy and the customer experiences. Some of these grids actually make that point without trying to. Below are some amusing grids that were created to compare features of the iPad to other products.

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iPad v. A Rock.