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The Apple's vs. RIM's tablet

The tablet war has begun with Apple when it unveiled the news of the launch of new iPad and BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) following soon with its PlayBook. We can call 2011, a year of the tablet.

As Apple believes in updating its products every year, it is all set to unveil the iPad2 at an event in San Francisco.
In fact, the new tablet comes less than a year after its money-spinning iPad which has sold more than 15 million units so far and accounts for 15 percent of the revenue of the world's most valuable technology company.
Analysts say Apple has smartly pre-empted the BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) by launching the new iPad, ahead of the rival's PlayBook. RIM had unveiled the PlayBook in September to announce its entry into the new arena.
According to the analysts, apple is ready to hit the market with its new iPad ahead of its competitors, Apple has made its intentions clear to stay as the dominant player in the tablet market that is estimated to grow up to 70 million this year and 100 million in 2012.

Because of their business apps, tablets will become the first choice of about 50 percent major companies in the next two years, said the survey by Menlo Park, California-based, Robert Half Technology.