This year is bringing on a storms of new tablets from all the eager manufacturers. Apple has opened the door to the viability and interest in the tablet market with the new iPads. Three million Apple tablets have been sold in the first 80 days. This alone has opened up the eyes of all tablet manufacturers and many newcomers.
Google's Android Operating System(OS) is poised to challenge the new IOS4 from Apple. Apple is dominating with their mature touch based OS on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This dominating force will be the premier touch based OS for years to come but does not preclude some serious competition from the many adopters of Android.
Android is the OS of choice for nearly all the competitors and newcomers. Cydle M7, Archos 5, Ramos W7, are just a few of the newest tablets in the plans for this year. Google and Verison are both planning to offer tablets as well as Samsung (Galaxy with Android OS). Dell Streak (Android) and HP Slate (Android) are also in the race with an LG Android tablet.
Thanks to MG Siegler of TechCrunch, we have a firsthand account of a Kindle tablet pre-production prototype. Siegler says the 7-inch device runs a proprietary Amazon fork of the Android operating system, and is expected to retail at $250. For all of the hype and expectations, though, this device sounds like it is designed to go head to head with the Nook Color 2, not the iPad 2.
Amazon may sell 5 million of them, but I am not sure it will dent iPad 2 sales. The people who will buy the new Amazon Kindle Android tablet probably already own an iPad. In my house we have an original iPad, and an iPad 2, and a second-generation Kindle, and a third-generation Kindle because the iPad and the Kindle are both great devices that have some minor overlap, but don't directly compete with one another.
The reality is that the iPad has no competition right now. All of these rivals are in a cage match to the death...for second place. They can launch new tablets every other week and have cutthroat price wars with each other. While these tablet competitors "ship" hundreds of thousands or millions of tablets, actual sales are in the thousands--tens of thousands for a "great" tablet.
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