Will we see ~$300 tablets for Christmas?
mstrauss 2 years ago
Most people agree that the iPad costs too much. Could we possibly see competitors drop their prices to ~$300 for the Christmas season, as they try to expand marketshare at the cost of profitability? As long as Apple controls the majority of tablet sales through the iPad', no competitor has been able to gain as much positive attention as Apple.
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