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IHS: PC market returned to growth in Q2

9/19/2011 07:21 PM EDT
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re: IHS: PC market returned to growth in Q2
goafrit   9/20/2011 10:10:54 AM
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Lenovo has a strategy that is working for it. It got many things right.

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seaEE   9/20/2011 5:54:31 AM
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My guess is that the high school and college student will still be doing their papers on pc's as opposed to tablets. I wouldn't mind having a tablet myself, but I don't think it would replace my pc. In fact I'm thinking maybe an 11 or 12 inch netbook would work nicely.

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daleste   9/20/2011 3:33:32 AM
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It's interesting, but is it moot? Will the smartphones and iPads take over the market? It is good to see the fall of Acer. I won't buy another after seeing my daughters laptop only last a year and a half.

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