FORTUNE -- When ChangeWave polled 1,400 early adopter types in March, 86% of those planning to buy a tablet had their eye on Apple's (AAPL) iPad.
The numbers are somewhat lower in a follow-up survey posted Tuesday under the headline Who Poses the Biggest Threat to Apple's iPad?
Still, the answer seems to be none of the above. In a poll of 2,893 consumers conducted in May, 7% planned to buy a tablet within the next 90 days, and 73% of those planned to buy an iPad.
None of the iPad's competitors rose above single digits.
At least the Samsung Galaxy Tab's ChangeWave share, at 6%, was growing -- up from 3% in March. The Amazon (AMZN) Kindle's share still hasn't recovered from its post-Christmas collapse, as the chart below indicates.
A clue to Amazon's problem, according to ChangeWave, is a 15-point decline in Kindle satisfaction ratings, from 56% "very satisfied" in February to 41% in May. The iPad's ratings, meanwhile, remain in nosebleed territory. See below.
According to this report, the iPad's chief competitor was not the Fire but the iPhone 4S
Amazon (AMZN) had a one-time shot to loosen Apple's (AAPL) hold on the worldwide tablet market, and it grabbed a 14% share last quarter according to a report issued Thursday by IHS's iSuppli.
Although the iPad managed to hold on to a 57% share, that was down from 64% in Q3 and less than IHS had MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Feb 16, 2012 11:02 AM ET
What manufacturers are going to give Apple's iPad a run for the money?
For reasons known only unto itself, the NPD group saw fit Tuesday to issue a press release reporting on U.S. sales of tablets excluding the market's 400-pound gorilla: Apple's (AAPL) iPad.
"If you look at the tablet market without Apple there are a number of high-profile brands vying for that number two spot," said NPD vice president of industry analysis Stephen MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 22, 2011 2:01 PM ET
Blow-by-blow coverage in English and Korean courtesy of the Wall Street Journal
The headlines Friday morning were that Samsung had offered Apple (AAPL) a deal that would resolve the patent dispute that has prevented the Korean company from selling its Galaxy 10.1 tablet in Australia.
The excellent courtroom reporting that the Wall Street Journal's David Fickling and Ross Kelly have been providing for the past two days suggest that a deal is MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Sep 30, 2011 7:35 AM ET
Apple granted an injunction barring distribution in all of the EU except The Netherlands
A week after Samsung agreed out of court to postpone the launch of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia, the leading manufacturer of tablets running Google's (GOOG) Android operating system has suffered a second major setback.
A court in Germany Tuesday granted Apple (AAPL) a preliminary injunction barring distribution of the device in the entire European Union except MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Aug 9, 2011 1:02 PM ET
Its settlement with Apple does not bode well for devices that "slavishly" copy the iPad
If all had gone according to plan, Samsung would have launched its latest tablet computer -- the Galaxy Tab 10.1 -- in Australia on Thursday Aug. 11.
But Apple (AAPL) objected, telling a federal judge in Sydney that the device, based on Google's (GOOG) Android operating system, violated at least 10 Apple patents. And in a deal MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Aug 2, 2011 7:41 AM ET
In a legal tit for tat, Samsung's patent attorneys demand copies of the iPhone 5 and iPad 3
What Apple watcher hasn't wished he could do what Samsung's lawyers did Friday night in a California federal court: File expedited discovery papers demanding "samples of Apple's next-generation iPhone and iPad."
It was the latest move in nasty patent fight that Apple (AAPL) started last month when it accused Samsung of "slavishly copy[ing]" nearly MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - May 29, 2011 10:39 AM ET
Also-rans from Samsung, Motorola and others don't seem to have made much of a dent
"Despite the addition to the market of new tablet computers like the Samsung Galaxy and the Motorola Xoom, in the United States, Apple's iPad is still dominating the conversation – and market."
So begins Nielsen's summary of the results of a survey of U.S. tablet owners fielded in April.
Apple's (AAPL) iPad had the largest share (82%), split MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - May 5, 2011 10:00 AM ET
The form factor isn't the only factor.
I've been playing with T-Mobile/LG's 8.9 inch Android 3.0 tablet for the better part of a week and I think it is an interesting piece of hardware. This is the first time I've played with Honeycomb, Google's (GOOG) tablet OS, extensively so it took a bit of getting used to.
There are plenty of things wrong with this tablet and I'll get to those below. MORESeth Weintraub - Apr 19, 2011 6:27 PM ET
Thinner, lighter, higher resolution screen, higher resolution cameras, and starting at lower prices.
Samsung unveiled their answer to the iPad 2 today and it certainly looks impressive. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and its smaller, letter-boxier sibling, the 8.9, were unveiled at CTIA in Orlando this morning. Both devices will run Google's (GOOG) Android 3.0 Honeycomb software and have 1GHz dual-core Hummingbird ARM processors.
Samsung has said the 10.1-inch device will be available on MORESeth Weintraub - Mar 22, 2011 1:00 PM ET
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