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Rhoda Alexander, Senior Manager, Monitor & Tablets
Senior Manager, Monitor & Tablets
has been covering the displays industry for more than 20 years.
She is widely regarded as being the leading, independent analyst for desktop and specialty monitors, and her clients include virtually every major company in the monitor value chain.
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However, Rhoda Alexander, an analyst for market research firm IHS, isn't convinced that we'll see an iPad Pro in 2014 if at all.
Alexander told CNET that, while she's aware that many manufacturers are looking at sample panels at various sizes-12.85 inches being one of them-it's still early days for the potential pad.
"We have not seen volume shipments yet of any panels," Alexander
"The market for large area touch ...
"The market for large area touch and exciting new applications of touch technology are driving dynamic growth for all components included in touch panels - sensors, modules, coating material, etc. However, current solutions for many of these components either can not scale for large area touch products, require rare materials or suffer from other limitations," said Rhoda Alexander, senior manager of monitors & tablets research at IHS.
While many companies are devoting ...
While many companies are devoting resources toward building a worthy iPad competitor, history shows that Apple often enjoys a lengthy lead with its products, said Rhoda Alexander, an analyst at iSuppli.
ntil now, iPad rivals have succeeded ...
ntil now, iPad rivals have succeeded largely by undercutting Apple on price, and better hardware hasn't been enough, said Rhoda Alexander, director of tablet and monitor research at IHS.
AMOLED screens could change that, she said, because colors will pop out when compared side by side at a Walmart or a Best Buy.
he new tablets will also let people make calls when a Samsung phone is nearby and to unlock the device with a fingerprint.