2013 will be an interesting year for mobiles because officially, no-one makes Netbooks anymore. The craze started to die down with the launch of the iPad and today, with tablets taking up more of the entry-level market space, there's little incentive for buyers to pick something from the low-end class. In fact, if there's ever enough stock of the Google Nexus devices to go around, the entire budget segment may as well give up. The war against the Android onslaught is like trying to invade Russia - you can't do it.
We still don't have enough Windows RT tablets either. Whether that's from stock issues or we're just being ignored completely as an emerging market is a question that remains to be answered. You can't walk into any shop and buy one aside from purchasing from select vendors and you certainly can't sign up for a cellular contract with one bundled.
That will have to change very soon.