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Two Reasons Why an Amazon Tablet Could Compete with the iPad

Not long ago, when Amazon first reported that it would be selling the Kindle eBook device, many analysts scoffed, and they had good reasons to do so. For one thing, many players with experience in the hardware business had tried and failed with eBooks. But there is no doubt that the Kindle is a resounding success, and delivering it was a bold move for an ecommerce company to make. Now, Amazon is said to be on the cusp of delivering its own tablet, with most rumor mills agreeing that it will run the Android OS. While there are those who think that an Amazon tablet won't have a chance against Apple's iPad, there are two big reasons why it just might.

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