Microsoft’s Surface tablet no threat to Apple’s iPad – Computerworld

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  • According to IDC, the iPad will account for 63% of all tablets shipped in 2012. said Ezra Gottheil of Technology Business Research. s probably more manageable, and it comes from a vendor that IT is more comfortable with. t be a major impact on the iPad." said Brian White of Topeka Capital Markets, in a note to clients today. (27)
  • Yesterday, Microsoft stepped over a line it had never crossed in its 37-year history: It said it had designed, and would sell, what is essentially a computer, in the process eliminating the middleman -- OEM partners like Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo and others -- from the Windows food chain. t be enough to unseat Apple from the top tablet spot. said Brian Marshall, an analyst with ISI Group, in an email Monday. (35)
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Microsoft's Surface tablet no threat to Apple's iPad - Computerworld.

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