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Google May Want an Android Tablet of Its Own

December 20, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

There are plenty of Android tablets in the market already, but none has given the iPad much of a run. “The issue with the Android tablets is they tend to be all over the map in terms of design and experience, appearing too difficult to use and too hard to learn against the simple elegance of the Apple product,” said tech analyst Rob Enderle. Can Google change that with its own model?

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