Early in 2010, Info-Tech predicted that it would be the year of the tablet. Was the prediction accurate? It was, although many vendors have not moved as quickly as expected getting their tablets to market. By the end of 2011, every major (and minor) consumer and enterprise technology manufacturer will be vying for a share of the rapidly growing tablet market.

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    Keith Neely | 12-16-2010

    What about the Playbook from BlackBerry?

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    Kevin Gaza | 12-17-2010

    Believe it or not, for me the credibility of the presenter went up several notches when he mentioned he got one of the lowend devices for his son. Not sure what psychometric variable was at work in my head, but somehow InfoTech has always managed to put a personal touch in their materials, which in some strange concoction adds business value. Hope you folks are able to keep that sort of vibe in place as that sort of thing is very prevalent in todays cut throat world, but it very much worked for me. Thanks for being real.

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    Vikram Prashar | 12-17-2010

    I like this guy, has a very credible tone and certainly has command on subject matter. Knowing all the smaller vendors and providing a great analysis as to why some didn't make it to production in 2010 was also good.

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    Peter Atherton | 12-29-2010

    As tablets become more widely adopted in the next year or so, I see some of the "creation" shortcomings of the platform removed through client access to a more powerful virtual (or physical) computer. This combined with a small keyboard will give the mobile user everything they need for working on the go. OK, except for printing but weren't we supposed to be a paperless society by now?

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    Linda Morris | 02-22-2011

    Good insight but it would have been useful to show all the tablets that have hit the market thus far.


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