IPad Rivals Fail to Gain Traction, Report Says

Friday Jun 3rd 2011 by Datamation.com Staff

A JPMorgan Chase analyst report says tablet manufacturers have cut production by 10 percent.

NY Times: A new report from JPMorgan Chase analyst Mark Moskowitz says that tablets that compete with the iPad are not catching on with consumers. He says that manufacturers have cut production by about 10 percent, reducing the total number of tablets available from 81 million to 73 million. Those iPad competitors include Asustek’s Eee Pad Transformer, Motorola’s Xoom, Research In Motion’s PlayBook and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab.

“We still think a tablet bubble burst could occur later this year,” Moskowitz warned.

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