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Quick Poll: Netbooks, tablets and all things portable

Quick Poll: Netbooks, tablets and all things portable

For the past couple of years, it seemed netbooks were all the rage. They met the needs of significant parts of the market – including educationalists and others seeking more budget options and road warriors who didn’t want to lug around a full size laptop.

They’re been a growth trajectory, but with the release of the iPad, Apple has ensured the focus has swung onto tablets/slates. Others manufacturers are capitalising on this trend, too.

So will tablets be the next big thing, and if so, for how long? And will netbooks fade into insignificance?

Let us know by voting in the Reseller News Quick Poll at reseller.co.nz


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