According to analysts from Strategy Analytics, Apple owns a whopping 95% of tablets sold in the third quarter of 2010. Obviously, this is due to the lack of decent competitors and alternatives, but analysts are saying that the game may change as more and more Android-based tablets and other tablet products such as RIM's PlayBook are released.
Ars Technica - The iPad made up 95 percent of the global tablet market during the third quarter of 2010, according to analysts at Strategy Analytics, though that will change as more players get into the market. The firm said that the tablet space grew to 4.4 million tablets between July and September, thanks in large part to Apple's 4.19 million iPads sold during the quarter.
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