With technology becoming more divisive each and every year, many people are trying to determine whether the next purchase they make should be a laptop, desktop or tablet. Indeed, each one of these machines comes along with its own distinct set of benefits, and one may be better for certain situations than another.
A laptop may be the perfect fit for one person, while it would simply be a waste of money for another. Determining which one of these is right for you is the best way to ensure that you don’t spend more money than you need to on a laptop, desktop or tablet; the following are just a few tips to help set you on your way.
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The founder of Acer, Stan Shih, recently described Tablet PCs as a passing ‘fad’. Taking a swipe at Intel’s new Ultrabook concept he proclaimed that the industry needed to be more innovative instead of latching onto current trends, pot kettle black springs to mind.
Mr Shih’s views are contradictory with those of market analyst Ben Riitzes, of Barclays Capital, who last week declared that he expected Tablet PCs to continue to cannibalize the laptop market. That sentiment has previously been echoed by Apple CEO Steve Jobs who released the memo “We’re living in a post-PC world”.
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