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The 3 most important tablet trends
1. Tablets are available in all shapes and sizes
There was a suggestion at last year’s CES that tablets were all very similar in appearance. That criticism could not be levelled during this year's exhibition.
As well as the conventional 7-inch and 10-inch tablets, there were an increasing number of slates with dock-able keyboards (led by the impressive Transformer Prime), integrated game controls and tablets which represented some kind of cross-over with Ultrabooks. We also saw a growing number of 8-inch tablets as well as the 5.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note, which comes with a stylus and blurs the line between smartphone and tablet.
Finally, TabTimes also saw devices with 3D and OLED displays and with water-proof protection.
2. Touch computing
New input methods will be the dominant trend of 2012. Tablet computers such as the iPad might seem like a nice alternative to desktop and laptop computers, but I believe they're more than that: They're replacements. Just as the command line (remember that?) gave way to graphical user interfaces, so the mouse will be superseded by touchscreens.
The signs are obvious: Windows 8 and Mac OS X Lion, the latest desktop operating systems, borrow heavy from their mobile counterparts. These new interfaces essentially impose a touchscreen-inspired interface over the traditional desktop environment.
Over time, this half-step will become a whole one, and mobile operating systems will dominate. The transition won't be complete by the end of 2012, but we'll be much further down the path, and using computer mice much less often.
3. Social gestures
In the social media realm, social gestures appear to be the leading trend of 2012. Launched by Facebook in September, this so-called "frictionless sharing" functionality removes the need to click a button to share media with your friends. Instead, everything you listen to, read or watch is automatically posted to profile and approve the relevant app.
The trend makes sense for social networks: With 800 million people already on Facebook, its growth is bound to slow. But if sharing becomes automatic, the volume of content on Facebook will grow at an accelerated pace. There's a big problem, however: Users may be "creeped out" by all this automated sharing of their Web activity and grow suspicious of the apps using it.
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