Apple advertises the iPad on its website as “a magical window where nothing comes between you and what you love.” Many iPad users would agree with the tablet's “magical” aspects, and the iPad's rise in popularity has made Apple unbeatable in the tablet market. According to a recent article for Bloomberg News, efforts from Microsoft and Intel to compete with Apple in the tablet market hasn't been off to a good start.
The source reported that early demand for Microsoft's Surface tablet has not added up to expectations, citing Craig Berger, an analyst at FBR Capital Markets, who referred to the demand as “disappointing.”
The source indicated that many computer makers that have been trying to battle Google and Apple for a share of the $63.2 billion tablet market have been met with roadblocks from Microsoft manufacturing limits and Intel's delays in power-management software.
The newest, fourth generation iPad is faster than ever before with the addition of the A6X processor. A recent review from CNET said, “The latest iPad adds several tweaks and improvements to secure its position at the top of the tablet heap.”
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