Tablet growth to plummet as hybrid devices take over

Hannah Breeze
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Tablet market set to grow only 11 per cent annually this year, compared with 55 per cent in 2013

The rising popularity of two-in-one devices is set to be partly responsible for a steep decline in tablet growth this year. According to Gartner, global tablet sales will reach 229 million units...

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