Lenovo is expected to ship 30m units per annum by 2019.
Juniper Research has found that the dominant tablet vendors such as Apple and Samsung are set for a rough ride in the coming years.
The research predicts Apple and Samsung tablet market share to fall to a combined 38% by 2019.
The difficult outlook for the tablet vendors is due to the rise of more agile players that are developing low-cost models, as well as new factors such as appealing to a wider consumer base than current offerings.
One of the producers who is set to see an increased market share is Lenovo, who Juniper expect to ship an additional 30 million units per annum by 2019. The growth is expected to be fuelled by sales of its Yoga range, as well as a varied line-up of devices in its home market.
The research, "Tablets, Phablets & Hybrids: Ecosystem Evolution, Vendor Landscape & Forecasts 2014-2019," notes that while tablet sales are likely to be impacted by the rise of phablets, the variety and capability of tablets will expand.
Tablets are expected to specialise more in catering for the needs of specific target markets. However, vendors will have to adjust their expectations and potentially develop a range of devices to suit multiple segments, rather than launching catch-all devices.
James Moar, the report’s author, said: "We are seeing tablets deployed in a variety of different contexts, from education to POS."
"However, these uses do not have the phone-like replacement rates vendors initially expected, which has affected sales volume."
The report also found that Android is set to remain the dominant platform for tablets, however, Juniper expects Windows-based devices to represent just under 10% of the market by 2019.
It is also predicted that hybrid devices will find a place in office-based environments, whereas tablets are due to struggle in this market due to peripheral compatibility requirements.