Interesting view point - I am sure many would not agree ... Link is here The tablet space is heating up. Companies from Apple to Amazon, and every other firm in-between, are lining up to see who can be the leader in the extremely lucrative space. So far, the leader is Apple's iPad 2. The company's tablet, which comes in at a starting price of $499, is the also the device by which all others are compared. So far, no single tablet has been able to come close to matching the iPad's sales. Even so, as new devices hit store shelves, many of them are called "iPad Killers" by fans, pundits and even analysts. Most recently, Amazon's Kindle Fire was called an iPad Killer because of its cheap price. Many agree with that sentiment, saying that the tablet has a chance to knock the iPad down from its place of prominence. Others say there isn't any chance of that happening. Either way, who cares? The fact is, if one looks at the tablet market, Apple's iPad is dominant and will remain so, according to industry researchers, for the foreseeable future. The idea that a device can only be successful if it "kills" the iPad 2 is laughable. Take a look at this eWEEK slide show to find out why there is no such thing as an iPad killer, and why that's a good thing.