Posts Tagged ‘PCs’
Dell founder discusses life post privatization and what the company means to him
The end of Windows XP life is getting credit for stabilizing global PC sales as businesses upgrade to Windows 7. However, some analysts say the migration has peaked and will be over by the end of 2014. Worse for Microsoft, Windows 8 is not the beneficiary.
PC manufacturers selling to the European market must abide by strict new energy-efficiency rules from next week.
The Surface 3 tablet-laptop hybrid went on sale over the weekend, marking Microsoft’s official entry into competitor status with its OEM and reseller partners. And the competition levels are only going to get more intense.
PC sales are growing faster than tablets for the first time since the iPad burst onto the scene in 2010, at least among western European distributors.
The numbers continue to climb at Lenovo as PC, tablet and server sales jump. Despite increased earnings and record profits, Lenovo’s America channel chief Chris Frey isn’t complacent about the future and the changes to come.
Lenovo has further cemented its position as the number one PC vendor after its 20th consecutive quarter of outgrowing the global PC market.