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  • Why Windows 8 Tablets Will Surprise everyone

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    "A truly consistent experience across every Microsoft device is something new to the space,” Resolve Market Research analyst Randy Hellman says."
  • Reisinger: Do You Need More Than One Tablet? You Bet.

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    "According to Resolve Market Research, one of the chief reasons business tablet owners buy another for the home is to get their kids to stop using a device that contains their sensitive corporate data."
  • Report: GameStop Developing Android Tablet

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    "Consumers are making room for multiple gaming platforms, and casual gaming on a tablet is an integral part of the consumers' daily gaming activities," says Randy Hellman, a senior analyst with Resolve MR. "What we are seeing is that tablets are carving out their own gaming niche."
  • iPad's Domination Spreads to Cockpit

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    "What makes the iPad more attractive, in comparison to its competitors, is that it is extremely stable and is less likely to experience a system crash. Even if that did occur, the reboot time is one of the fastest in the tablet market," said Resolve Market Research analyst Kari Cafouros.
  • Amazon’s Android Tablet May Be the Best and Kill the Rest

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    Elaine Coleman of Resolve Market Research shares: The Kindle Fire will elevate Android app development because Amazon has already done such a standout job of establishing itself in the space with customers, and the Kindle Fire has direct access to its built-in app store.
  • Why Apple Isn’t Going to Release a 7-inch iPad

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    “The Amazon Kindle Fire is catching consumers’ attention and pre-selling well because it is priced very competitively, not because it is just smaller,” says Desiree Davis of Resolve Market Research.
  • Why a Cheap iPad Won't Threaten the Kindle Fire

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    "Resolve Market Research’s chief researcher Elaine Coleman thinks a budget iPad would cut into Kindle Fire sales for those simply looking for a good-priced tablet. But Amazon has some ways it could combat this, Coleman says. Specifically, Amazon could offer a deal on free cloud storage and media content, as well as free shipping or purchase promotions on its products."