As the tablet market grows, Intel may seem poised to profit, as Intel products appear in about 20 tablets. However, this may be misleading because companies like Microsoft are only including Intel chips in their higher-end products. Eric thinks lower-end tablets are where the growth lies ahead, so investors should temper their expectations regarding Intel and tablets.
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