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PC Shipments Looking More Positive

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Msg#: 4044959 posted 6:46 pm on Dec 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

PC Shipments Looking More Positive [news.cnet.com]
PC shipments are the latest tech sector showing signs of life.

For the third quarter, worldwide computer shipments rose 2.3 percent from the same quarter a year ago, their first gain after three consecutive quarters of declines, according to IDC's latest Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker report released on Thursday.

Hot back-to-school demand boosted overall shipments. Portable PCs enjoyed a 33.5 increase from a year ago, but desktops continued their descent reflecting the consumer drive to mobile computers.

The decline in commercial PCs also began to slow in the third quarter, indicating to IDC that IT spending



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Msg#: 4044959 posted 5:54 pm on Dec 29, 2009 (gmt 0)

I predict desktops will come back when touch screen LCDs hit the market! (its already sitting in w7 ready to rock)

HP already has a touchsmart out....but nobody else seems to be able to get their hands on such a pretty display except HP.


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Msg#: 4044959 posted 9:12 am on Feb 14, 2010 (gmt 0)

Touchscreens have their place and proabably always will ,especially with portables.

I think though that the computer industry will over-play it . Touchscreens are a logical step but its not that big a deal on desktop for typical computer users. Its a bubble and it will burst. I prefer the wireless mouse over getting fingers all over the screen.

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