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Old 08-23-2011, 11:36 AM   #19
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I think that tablet makers, in general, would heed what has happened. The utility of the product that they provide is not worth the price that they are now charging. A lot of consumers like what a tablet has to offer, but are being very selective with their funds when it comes to making the final sale. Lots of reasons for this e.g., the economy, would rather get a full-blown laptop for that price, size (some prefer 7" instead of the 10" that manufacturers are pushing). The early adopters have purchased their tablets and will continue to do so. If the manufacturers have any hope of pushing these tablets into the mainstream, the price point, in my opinion, will need to fall into the $300 - $399 range.
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