Tablet, Today and the Future


Tablets, Today and Future

It was projected by experts that the sales for tablet will double this 2011. It will become like a laptop that many of us are using in our daily lives. One sector that will augment tablet usage is in schools.Tablets will soon be extensively used in the academe. In the the past few years, tablet market isn’t mature yet, the technology needed are not yet commercially available. Until the introduction of Apple’s iPad, the tablet market started to bloom. At that time, these tablets are still expensive and impractical to spend some bucks for such device. Consumers, experts and visionaries had speculated on its use and applications. And now, look around, the rarely seen tablets are becoming common to everyone. Aside from Apple’s iPad, Android tablets (wherein the operating system is made by available by Google and the hardware are produced by different company) where also introduced. The increased competition between these companies will result into lowering the price point of tablets making it more appealing to every tablet buyers.

This year, expect to see more and more tablets popping around schools, universities, offices, coffee shops, train stations, at home and virtually anywhere.

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