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Thursday, 10 May 2012 09:16

Business could fall in love with Android tablets

Written by Peter Scott



iPad still dominant, but Android is catching up


Apple’s iPad basically created the tablet market and in the process came to dominate even the business market, which is hardly Apple’s home turf.

However, IDG Connect Marketers found that Android has a fighting chance in the business market in 2013. The company surveyed 212 marketers worldwide and their findings are rather interesting.

Apple’s iPad is still the preferred choice, with 50 percent of marketers saying it will remain a dominant force in business. However, 42 percent believe Android tablets have more potential. Seven percent said they are not sure, while one percent believes RIM could get back from the dead.

Oddly enough, Windows was not even mentioned.


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