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Taipei, June 4 (CNA) Cutting-edge tablet computers unveiled at the 2011 Computex heralded the coming of a new era that will lead hardware and software makers to explore more advanced and convenient gadgets for today's fast-changing world, an expert said Saturday.

"Tablet computers, made either by Taiwanese or foreign firms, were definitely the most eye-catching items at this year's Computex," Chang Li, deputy secretary general of the Taipei Computer Association, said at the end of the five-day computer fair.

Along with computer giants like Apple, Intel and Qualcomm, Taiwanese firms, including ViewSonic, Acer, Asus, MSI, Mitac and Hon Hai, displayed their latest tablets at the fair, with diverse features to meet the needs of a wide range of customers.

"Judging from the sophistication and large number of new tablets and mobile device components exhibited at the fair, it is not hard to tell that local tablet computer makers have the potential to carve into the market currently dominated by Apple," he contended.

Although Apple is still widely recognized as the No. 1 manufacturer of tablet computers with an 80 percent share of the global market, Chang said the strength of other tablet makers had been clearly demonstrated at the just-concluded Computex.

"We can say that the many options presented by other companies at this year's Computex will have a profound effect in the international and local computer industry," he said.

"Apple may soon no longer be the sole big player in the world tablet computer market," he predicted.

Despite the strong potential of tablet computers, which many see as replacing notebook computers, Chang warned people not to underestimate the notebook sector, which still sells 200 million units per year compared with the 70 million tablets forecast to be sold in 2011.

"The emergence of tablet computers has allowed traditional notebook computer and hardware makers to realize that the time for change has come. They will roll out more energy-efficient and thinner products as notebooks evolve," he explained.

Computex is the second biggest information and communications technology trade show in the world, attracting a record 36,102 international buyers this year. (By Flor Wang) enditem/ls

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