“Despite the veritable onslaught of competitors with deep pockets and aggressive countermarketing campaigns, the iPad remains the tablet of choice,” Laura DiDio writes for The E-Commerce Times.
“It far outpaces rivals with close to 20 million units sold and an estimated 65 percent market share,” DiDio writes. “Apple is as dominant in the tablet market as Usain Bolt was in the 100- and 200- meter relay race in the 2008 Olympics or as Secretariat was in winning the 1973 Belmont Stakes.”
DiDio writes, “That brings us to the inevitable question: Since users have an ever-increasing array of tablets from which to choose, will any, some or all of them defect from Apple’s iPad in substantial numbers? The answer, at least in the short term, appears to be a resounding ‘No.'”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Smitty” for the heads up.]