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Will Microsoft Windows 8 tablets alter the supply chain?

3/6/2013 08:14 PM EST

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re: Will Microsoft Windows 8 tablets alter the supply chain?
ip2design   3/7/2013 12:54:59 PM
Thanks for the article. But don't you think that the SC has already anticipated the move ?

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re: Will Microsoft Windows 8 tablets alter the supply chain?
john280z   3/9/2013 5:21:22 PM
This graph from the same web site is much more telling about Windows effect on supply chain: It shows Windows trending down in total share.

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