To say that Appleâ€™s iPad has been dominating the tablet market is a gross understatement. It is practically bulldozing its way through its competition that most competitors are already saying â€œuncleâ€ even before their respective products get a chance to stay long in store shelves.
A great example of this domination is what happened to Hewlett-Packard. The well-known tech company waved the flag when its HP TouchPad tablet sold dismally in the market. RIMâ€™s own Playbook tablet is also exhibiting anemic sales and Samsung â€“ arguably Appleâ€™s biggest tablet competitor â€“ has reported very weak sales for its 7-inch Galaxy Tab. Now you can add Sharp to the list of also-rans. The Japanese company has announced that it is going to discontinue two of the three Galapagos tablets it has released to the market less than twelve months ago. [Read more…]
Originally posted on September 15, 2011 @ 6:15 pm