Tablet PCs Enjoying Dream Run, Demands Overflowing

Tablet PCs Enjoying Dream Run, Demands Overflowing

With electronic market on a surge, we are witnessing that consumers are demanding advanced and new devices each year. Following the trends, year 2010 saw a big demand for dual SIM mobile phones in India, whereas 2011 cited a massive demand for the tablet PCs.

We saw almost all technology giants, including Apple, Samsung and Research in Motion, contributing their best to grab maximum from the booming tab market.

Tablets are undoubtedly following the latest trend with a lot of excitement among consumers for the same, no matter which high-end tablet we talk about, iPad, PlayBook and Galaxy Tab or the world's cheapest tablet Aakash, demands and craze is buzzing like wonders.

To serve the variety of needs of consumers in the market, many companies have launched many new models and different designs of tablet PCs that have been made available in various sizes and at different prices.

Frost & Sullivan has also issued their report regarding the Indian market of tablets and where the figures going in the market of India. They have clearly mentioned in the report that on an average, Indians purchased three Lakh units of tablets in the year 2011 compared to 60,000 tablet PCs sold in 2010.

The best trigger to the sales figure in the Indian market was the Apple's iPad that finally hit the Indian shores and facilitated Indian consumers with a chance of grabbing the piece.

Some of the major launches of tablet PCs included iPhone 4S with an artificial intelligence-based assistant called Siri, cloud service iCloud and operating system iOS 5 from Apple, Android-based tablet PC 'Xoom' from Motorola Mobility India, HTC’s 'Flyer', and many more.

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