/// A Peek at the Parts — And Profits — Inside Samsung’s Galaxy Note Tablet
One of the most revealing facts to emerge from the ongoing trial between Samsung and Apple in a California federal courtroom is how thoroughly the iPad has dominated the emerging tablet market in the US. From the end of 2010 to the middle of 2012, court documents showed that for every one of any of the three models of Samsung tablet sold, Apple sold 21 iPads. Samsung’s latest attempt to tilt at Apple’s windmill is the Galaxy Note 10.1. Released in the U.S. on Aug.
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A Peek at the Parts — And Profits — Inside Samsung’s Galaxy Note Tablet
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