Apple says it has sold 2 million iPads. Competitors are offering their own tablet computer devices. The Taiwanese company Asustek unveiled an Eee Pad Monday. And Acer plans to start selling its own tablet.
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And our last word in business is extra padding. Apple says it's sold two million iPads. But competitors are hot on Apple's heels with their own tablet computer devices. The Taiwanese company Asustek yesterday unveiled an Eee Pad. Acer plans to start selling its own tablet. Perhaps it'll be called an aPad.
Enough with the vowels. A lesser-known computer maker, MSI, hopes to blow everyone away with its own tablet device, the Wind Pad.
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