Niko Waesche is a venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and author of the book Simply Seven: Seven Ways to Create a Sustainable Internet Business. In this audio interview he analyzes the tablet industry. While he believes Microsoft's upcoming Surface tablet could be interesting, its ultimate value may be in helping serve a business-to-business market. With a potentially large B2B marketplace, Waesche shares why Microsoft, Samsung, Apple, and Google will ultimately end up competing in two tablet markets: one high-end and one low-end.
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