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Holiday tablet sales expected to rise 60%

11/30/2012 08:15 PM EST
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C VanDorne
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C VanDorne   12/4/2012 3:47:17 PM
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No, I was focusing on precisely the right thing. That tablet sales will increase is expected and is not as interesting to me as testing how much effort it takes to get PC constricted media outlets to admit the Reason for the tablet buying. Now if I could only find an old Aramaic word for Christmas so that people can't just substitute an "X". Oh well, thanks for playing. It's been fun.

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test

mcgrathdylan
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mcgrathdylan   12/3/2012 8:16:46 PM
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Yes. I think you may be focusing on the wrong details.

C VanDorne
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C VanDorne   12/3/2012 8:05:46 PM
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Where Xmas = Christmas?

mcgrathdylan
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mcgrathdylan   12/3/2012 6:54:46 PM
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Xmas, Chanukah, etc.

C VanDorne
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C VanDorne   12/3/2012 6:32:54 PM
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What "Holiday" are we talking about here?

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SylvieBarak   11/30/2012 10:20:45 PM
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Well, now that they're finally affordable...

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