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CLiHsing
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re: Tablets top Black Friday shopping lists
CLiHsing   11/26/2011 5:13:26 PM
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This could be due to special tablet deals. For example, Verizon dropped the priced of the Motorola Xoom to $199.99 with a 2 year contract. That's more than 50% off what it used to be. I think this sale only lasts a few days. And Amazon's Kindle Fire is sold at a loss or very near cost. All this means consumers are getting these at very cheap prices.

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re: Tablets top Black Friday shopping lists
Kinnar   11/25/2011 11:08:13 AM
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The world is getting changed, it will become hard to find the personal computers in the domestic environment in very few years. PCs will become only usable on offices.

Daniel Payne
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re: Tablets top Black Friday shopping lists
Daniel Payne   11/25/2011 3:07:47 AM
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Fry's has a 7" Android table listed at $67 ! The ad showed a color screen but no brand name.

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re: Tablets top Black Friday shopping lists
SylvieBarak   11/24/2011 5:11:22 PM
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I could always find some use for the Kindle Fire, I'm sure ;)

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re: Tablets top Black Friday shopping lists
goafrit   11/24/2011 4:46:08 AM
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Let us wait for the data to come next week. I know that Kindle Fire is on my list. But I am not sure of you.

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