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2010 may one day known as the year sales of tablet devices, most notably those of Apple’s iPad, began to explode and with it, usher in a new era of computing.

A new study from eMarketer believes tablet sales are expected to increase more than 400% by 2012. eMarketer estimates that more than 81.3 million tablets will be sold in 2012, up from the estimated 15.7 million units sold worldwide in 2010.

The growth of tablet sales will once again be spurned by sales of Apple’s iPad.  eMarketer estimates that the iPad currently represents 85% of tablet sales in 2010, with the firm believing it will continue to lead the market in sales of tablet devices.

The report suggests that in 2012, the iPad could sell more than 56.1 million units and represent 69% of total tablet sales.

With the rapid adoption that the iPad has experienced across various industries, and around the world, not only will sales of the device itself remain strong, but so too should development and sales of apps for the iPad and other iOS devices.

The study also estimates that the tablet boom will continue to expand worldwide. eMarketer estimates that 62% of tablet sales in 2010 are from the U.S. By 2012, that share is expected to drop to 50%.

The report from eMarketer, while simply a prediction, seems to echo what many have said previously, that the iPad will be the dominant tablet for a long time to come.

Do you feel that eMarkerter has nailed it, has erred on the side of caution, or has overshot their predictions concerning iPad sales and level of market share?



The author of this post is Jeff CormierCreator of Digital Deconstruction, write for The Next Web, iPadFan, and more. Animal, music, literature, history lover, law school graduate.