Are There Too Many Android Tablets?

Too Many Android Tablets?

An analyst recently wrote an editorial saying that the influx of Android tablets into the market will lead to oversupply and a negative impact on the Google tablet OS. While the article makes a few good points manly the tablet is a luxury item and the phone is a necessity. While also pointing out that the many options from different manufacturers as a draw back stating no one option will be able to compete with the likes of the iPad.

I have to disagree with the author's opinion that the many options will cause everyone to lose, for the same reason that the many options have been an amazing asset for the phone implementation of Android. While no one option will be able to compete with the iPad in terms of sales over time the entire platform will gain traction and control more market share than iOS. There will be different sizes and price points depending on what your specific needs are so one should have no problem finding an option that suits them best.

The tablet market is still at its infancy stage and has tons of room for growth. As long as Google continues to invest in the platform and developers start making new and tablet oriented applications there is no reason the platform should not be a success and no reason that the number of available options should not be a success in their own right. What is your take on the future of Android Tablets?

Via TGDaily

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