I was wrong. 48%, not 49%.
»www.journalism.org/analysis_repo ··· ile_news
The advent of the new lower-priced tablets in late 2011 brought in a new crop of tablet owners. Now, just over half, 52%, of tablet owners report owning an iPad, compared with 81% a year ago. Nearly half, 48%, now own an Android-based device; about half of them, 21%, Kindle Fires. iPad owners, however, stand out from Android owners: they use their tablet more often in general and more often for news. Android users are more likely to use social networks and follow news that comes from friends and family.
The Kindle is a fad? Haha, just wait. The decline is in full force, you just don't see it yet. Kind of like a frog slowly being boiled.
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btw - what can a galaxy tab or transformer prime do that an iPad cannot? I mean aside form downloading porn apps.
Simple folder to folder file transfers.
Ports (not on the Tab)
Expandable memory (not on the Tab)
Choice of Marketplace--
I'm hoping for a change. Vote Romney/Ryan 2012.