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chanj0   1/5/2011 9:01:01 PM
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Speaking of tablet, there have been discussion of the screen size. There are people saying 7" has inherited the worse of smartphone and of 10". What's your opinion? What would you prefer?

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chanj0   1/5/2011 8:58:27 PM
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The battle of tablet has just begun. There will be a lot of companies who are currently developing/ manufacturing tablets. These tablets are going to roll out start end of Q1 to the end of the year. It is difficult to believe the tablet will die down unless it is meant the growth be slowing down. I am still skeptical of slow growth. Maybe, the discussion and talk will be slowing down. ;)

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goafrit   1/5/2011 5:14:32 PM
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Tablet is not going to die because in most developing countries, it provides a way to stay in business with simple Apps while on a "laptop" that lasts for hours. I think tablet is here to stay.

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GREATTerry   1/5/2011 3:48:51 PM
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I think there still can be much to do with tablet so I don't think it will die down. I'm still longing for the iPAD2 and some other fancy tablet offered by other big players.

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kdboyce   1/5/2011 6:08:32 AM
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The LED lighting market will continue to grow, I believe, as manufacturers will push to make offerings more price attractive. The Holy Grail of LED lighting is simple incandescent light replacement at a reasonable price. A significant trend would be the adoption of low DC voltage distribution and the subsequent ease of installation, but I expect more of that in 2012. As to Tablets, over a dozen makers are throwing offerings into the ring in 2011, and the ensuing buzz "die down" probably won't happen in 2011, given the success of both the iPad and the recent Samsung Galaxy Tab. Both prove a market segment exists that most likely will grow, not shrink.

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eewiz   1/5/2011 5:07:00 AM
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"We also expect the tablet buzz to die down"!!! This guy needs to find another job. I doubt whether he knows how to "analyze" the market.

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Warren3   1/5/2011 5:05:48 AM
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Well I'll confess to some envy. But I am so conceited that I'm looking for more functionality at lower prices.

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mark.lapedus   1/5/2011 12:23:39 AM
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Warren. Hi. Thanks for the reply. No, I don't own an iPad. I wish I did. Seriously. I would love to be ''conceited.''

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Warren3   1/4/2011 11:47:17 PM
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Own a Tablet PC Mark? ;)

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