A new report by research firm Canalys suggests we’ll be buying tablets by the boatload in 2017 — almost 400 million of them. And next year, tablet sales will make up a full 50 percent of all PC sales, when you define a PC as one of a tablet, desktop, or laptop.
This year, we’ll buy more tablets than notebooks for the first time ever. But by 2017, we’ll buy six times more tablets than laptops.
Apparently, Apple sells more than products preceded by the letter ”I.”
Months after introducing the 15-inch Macbook Pro with Retina display, Apple plans to do the same with a 13-inch model.
Say what you will about Windows 8, but it sure is getting PC manufacturers to bring out their innovation guns. Take HP, which is today announcing three new Windows 8 Ultrabooks — one of which could be its answer to Microsoft’s Surface tablet.
A new version of the notebooks beloved by hipsters and reporters everywhere is designed to sync better with Evernote and includes stickers for “tagging” your pages.
That tablet in your hand could soon become the most popular mobile device sold — even the ubiquitous notebook PC, new research finds. Shipments of tablets — exemplified by Apple’s iPad — will almost quadruple to 416 million units by 2016, up from the current 121 million units, the research firm NPD announced today.
It’s thin, it’s light, and it makes up nearly a third of Apple’s laptop shipments.
After years of trying, Dell may have finally bested Apple’s MacBook Pro — at least in terms of thinness.
Apple’s flagship MacBook Pro laptops may be in for a refresher this month, thanks to new Sandy Bridge processors from Intel, reports AppleInsider.
Apple is poised to overthrow Hewlett-Packard as the number one vendor of portable computers in 2012, according to a Digitimes report. The figure combines shipments of tablet PCs and notebooks.
Apple is reportedly planning to introduce new MacBook Pro laptops this week, based on stories leaking from retailers. The company may also use a new high-speed connection technology.