Analyst Claims ITablet Ships In November

Posted: Aug 2 2009, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:36pm CDT , in Apple


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These days iTablet rumors are a dime a dozen. That said, I think this one deserves some special consideration. 9to5mac reports that analyst from Barron's who claims to have seen the iTablet has stated that he expects the new device to be announced in September and ship in November. He says that the iTablet's price will come in close to the high-end of what we've been expecting, $700-$800.

This new Apple device has the potential to seriously shake up the E-Reader, netbook, and CULV markets. Other manufacturers of similar devices, such as Lenovo, are holding off on releasing any new designs or products until Apple makes a formal announcement. The tablet is currently being billed as a true multimedia device; good for gaming, media viewing, browsing and reading. Considering all this hot new tablet is billed as being capable of, it's not too hard to understand the price.

I think it's very possible that this tablet will be just as revolutionary a device as the iPhone or the iPod. Tablets are just starting to really hit the marketplace, and Apple has a chance to define what the role of a tablet will be with this new product. If they come out with something reliable, versatile, and successful they'll color the way all tablet PCs are manufactured for years to come.
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