Post-CES, Apple’s iPad still viewed as tablet leader by Wall Street


Though a slew of “iPad killers” were introduced at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show, none of those tablets are expected to unseat Apple’s iPad as the top-selling device, numerous Wall Street analysts said Monday.

With CES now wrapped, analysts who attended said iPad competitors shown off at the Las Vegas convention were unimpressive. Apple is expected to introduce its FaceTime-supporting second-generation iPad in the near future, likely leaving competitors even further behind, they said.

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Analyst Mark Moskowitz said he and his team believe Apple will retain more than 60 percent of the tablet market over the next two years, based on the competition spotted at CES. He said hands-on time with a number of devices showed that competitors have a great deal of catching up to do with the iPad

via AppleInsider | Post-CES, Apple’s iPad still viewed as tablet leader by Wall Street.

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