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It seems that tablets may be affecting personal computers more than previously thought. According to data from the AlphaWise global consumer survey 37 percent, instead of the anticipated 29 percent, of tablet buys were at the expense of potential PC shipments last year.
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Apple Inc.'s iPads accounted for over 62 percent of tablet sales last year, and the company seems to have comfortably maintained their leading position in the first quarter of 2012, accounting for 65 percent of the total tablets sold. To see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future, please visit the link below.
Despite tablet cannibalization, laptops continue to gain market share from desktops and industry players continue to push innovation in the segment. In time for graduation and back to school season Dell has newly announced 3 additions to its Inspiration laptop portfolio: Z Series, R Series and R Special Edition series. Dell also recently confirmed that it has completed the acquisitions of Make Technologies and Wyse Technologies, cloud software providers which could open up a slew of growth opportunities. Register now to have free access to our reports on the Personal Computers industry, and to do so please click the link below.
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