HTC Discontinued Tablet Sales in the U.S. Market
The growing population of tablets augmented series of changes into the classical wave of wants, that is, technology and electronic wise. Events of global clamor for a thorough, more qualitative and advance yet pocket-wise devices inflated and went heights; tablet market included.
With such occasion, some keep up but others remained stag in the flow. HTC, a Taiwanese company which was able to market three tablets in the US market namely the Flyer; the WiMAX-capable Evo View 4G for Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S); and the 10-inch, LTE-capable Jetstream through AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T), alerted the US market of its backpedalling on the tablet business. HTC stayed in the industry from 2010 to 2012.
Despite such incident, HTC executive announces the potential re-entering in the Tablet industry upon a glorified revitalization of its slates that could eventually take them to the same footing as those which were at the top by a list in rank.
Anent the issue on pullback in the commerce of tablets, HTC is not the only one who axed their product in the market. Shoved by the same force, Hewlett-Packard ceased sales of its TouchPad tablet. Consequently, LG Electronics diverted its chase to focus on smartphones and placed tablet developments on hold.