The tablet was released in Berlin yesterday to gain market share from Apple Inc.
Lower price for IPadpriced “me-too’’ devices.
Toshiba said at the IFA consumer electronics show that its Folio 100 tablet was recommended for $511 in Europe, down from the iPad, which is about $643 in the region.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab, like Toshiba's Folio, will be available in Europe next month, saying it will let mobile phone operators decide prices.
"From the price of the iPad, the price of a replacement tablet should be less than $300 to attract consumers, unless you have a strong brand to support high-end tablets, or there's an operator that subsidizes gartner's company, says Carolina Milanesi.
Director of Research in the UK.
Since its launch in April 3, Apple has sold more than 3 million iPads.
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According to researcher ISuppli, US-based companies are "unlikely" to face a viable competitor in the tablet market by 2011 and will continue to dominate the market in 2012.
Apple will have a 61.
In 2012, 7% of the market share was sold in units from 74.
It is estimated that this year there are 1%.
ISuppli expects the tablet market to grow by about 5-
From 2010 to 2012 to 81 fold. 6 million units
"Apple has a huge leap in everyone, in terms of the momentum they 've built on this," said Roda Alexander, an analyst at El Segundo, California. -based ISuppli.
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Plans to launch a tablet with 9 in November. 7-
Inch screen and Wi-
According to two people familiar with the company's plans, Fi capabilities.
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Tablets running on Android software have been discussed, as well as Dell
$299 was announced. 99 Streak 5-
Last month's inch tablet. Sony Corp.
Third in the world-
The biggest TV maker said yesterday it had not yet decided whether to offer its own tablet.
It needs to be a "very attractive product, not a me --
Too much product, "said Hirai and Fu, president of Tokyo --
Headquarters of Sony network products and services group.
Mr. Ping said 23 companies planned to bring tablets to the market, making the price war inevitable.
Samsung and Toshiba said they saw strong demand and are expected to gain significant market share in the coming years.