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Thursday, 14 July 2011 10:22

Amazon tablet coming by October

Written by Fudzilla staff


Looking to take on iPad, Android slates
Amazon is reportedly planning to introduce a tablet by October and take on Apple’s iPad and Android tablets in the process.

Amazon is not commenting the rumours, but CEO Jeff Bezos has hinted at an upcoming tablet earlier this year. There is no word on exact specs, but it seems the tablet will feature a 9-inch screen and Android. Punters believe Amazon will heavily rely on its vast content offer to upset Apple.

However, Amazon is likely to face some challenges along the way. Analysts are concerned that the new tablet will cannibalize Kindle sales, which is definitely a concern.
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+13 #1 Warhead 2011-07-14 10:46
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Analysts are concerned that the new tablet will cannibalize Kindle sales



Analysts are like movie critics, completely useless....

"Analysts" said PC would die (that was 10 years ago).

I'm actually looking forward for another competitor to enter the Tablet market! :D
 
 
+1 #2 Reavenk 2011-07-14 15:32
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Analysts are concerned that the new tablet will cannibalize Kindle sales, which is definitely a concern.

Is Amazon going to be concerned that their product will loose market share to another Amazon product? I can only imagine their sleepless nights worrying that they'll make money either way.

Anyways, if anyone has the resources to perform market research into creating a product, it's Amazon.
 

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