Microsoft Surface vs. Apple iPad (4th gen) vs. Asus Transformer Infinity

No, that’s not the new iPad. It’s the new iPad. You know, the older one.

(Credit: James Martin/CNET )

Seems like there’s been a new tablet released almost every other day. While I’m excited the tablet market is showing no signs of slowing down, speaking strictly from a personal standpoint, I could use a break.

I won’t be getting one though! Starting this week, we’ll see new Windows RT and Windows 8 tablets from Microsoft and its partners. Then, over the next few weeks, expect major tablet releases from Apple, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and possibly Google.

Are manufacturers flooding the market with too many options? Hey, as long as the quality remains high (and in some cases gets higher) I think we’ll be fine.

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