Many people will probably see the latest numbers of PC sales and shrug it off as just a bad economy.While people may be watching what they are spending,the numbers are still dampened by the tablets that continue to make way into the technology market.While not completely devouring computers,tablets have taken a bite out of their competition with PCs.
PC sales did see growth in one sector of the market. In the business side of computers, they remain to be popular.Businesses still find PCs to be much more effective in the business world.Still as tablets work on the business sector by improving their business features, we may also see a decline there as well.
Overall, HP remains on top among all the brands in the world followed by Lenovo. For the United States market,HP continues to remain on top with Dell closely behind.With a 2.1% decline in shipments,PCs will soon fade to a halt.Will they diminish altogether,who knows?What we do know is people are
not replacing their PCs as they once were.When their computer ages out,they turn to buy a tablet for replacement.This is definitely the sore spot PCs are facing.Desktop computers saw this in the past when personal computers hit the marketplace.Now,it is the PCs turn to feel the pain.
Tablets are all the rage right now.Maybe it is a fad,but having the computing needs at your fingertips so easily while on the go makes it a great sale. Tablets continue to get a lot of attention with companies as they look to renew their devices and make changes to what users are wanting in a computer. Only the future will tell what the lifespan of the PC is.