CES 2011 Tablet Wrap: The Market Takes Shape Discussion

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  1. Jamison Cush

    Jamison Cush TechnologyGuide Editor Staff Member

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    <img width="60" src="http://www.tabletpcreview.com/assets/9250.jpg" height="60" style="float: left; margin: 5px; border: 0px;" />Going into <a target="_blank" href="http://www.technologyguide.com/ces_2011/" title="CES 2011">CES 2011</a>, TabletPCReview boldly predicted that Windows 7 tablets -- and not their Android counterparts -- would dominate the tablet talk in Vegas. And while a handful of buzz-worthy devices surfaced from Asus, Samsung and others, and the news that <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tabletpcreview.com/default.asp?newsID=1832&amp;news=ces+2011+windows+tablet+arm+processors" title="Microsoft Getting ARM Friendly, So What Does that Mean for Tablets?">Windows ARM support will mean big things for tablets</a> in the future, the combined Windows tablet CES news failed to eclipse what we believe is the major tablet narrative coming out of Vegas. Read on as we look back at this CES as the moment the tablet market segments finally materialized.

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