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The big rise of massive tablets

New gadgets have a tendency to be smaller than what went before, from the brick phones of the 1980s to the skinny phones of today.

Despite the increasing sales of smaller tablet devices, companies are seeing a different, much larger, gap in the market.

Richard Taylor examines the new crop of very large tablets.

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