I use my Pod with a laptop and a pair of active monitors. That allows me to play music from my laptop (with FRFR, obviously, cos it would sound lollipop through an amp) and play along with it when I want to.
That setup has probably cost me about £1200 + guitars.
If I bought an Amplifi 75, I could play my music through it (with FRFR) and play along with it when I want to.
That setup would currently cost me £315 + guitars.
To be fair, I also use my setup for recording (not just guitars) and such, so it's no use to me, but it's an interesting blue ocean strategy, specifically targeting play-along bedroom noodlers. Might be very popular as a decent starter setup for kids. Might be a total disaster.
For the record, I think not supporting Android at launch is a big mistake.
User support for Android is monstrous compared to iOS. That is money and headache that I am sure they don't want at launch. Apple gets criticized for being a closed system and having strict rules for accepting an app, but the end result is exactly this. Don't want to start a huge conversation about it, but quite simply this is the reason. The alternative is that you think they aren't providing an Android app because they don't care about selling to the tens of millions of people using Android devices. Obviously that makes no sense. No company loves Apple that much that they turn away potential customers for that. Anyway, if you ever want to know why many companies have iOS apps and no Android app, there you go. I would bet if the product takes off, when they get the initial bugs out, they will add an Android app.