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The Tablet Invasion

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 09-04-2010 Print

Dell ditches 3PAR, iPad gets an update and Google's Chrome has a makeover. Five fast takes on the week's hottest developments.

While Apple's iPad may continue to lead the pack, that's not going to hold back other manufacturers from stepping into this lightweight tablet space. Samsung announced this week that it plans to offer the Galaxy Pad tablet later this year. Speculation abounds that several other devices are on the horizon from HP, Lenovo, and RIM, among others.

The CIO Insight

News of several new tablets options coming to the marketplace is a good thing for enterprises. Apple's iPad is selling well and most people like it, but the device has little competition right now. Once its competitors show their hands and offer the enterprise their own value proposition, CIOs will be able to make a fully informed decision on which product they should adopt.


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