Tablets will see 53.4 growth in 2013, while PCs slip | VatorNews

It’s been happening for a while now, with the shift toward tablet dominance over the personal computer becoming inevitable. But the shift actually seems to be happening quicker than many believed.

While shipments of tablets are expected to grow by 53.4% this year, P.C. shipments are expected to get hit hard, declining by 8.4% overall, according to the latest numbers from Gartner. That is an increase from its previous prediction of 7.6% back in April.
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It’s been happening for a while now, with the shift toward tablet dominance over the personal computer becoming inevitable. But the shift actually seems to be happening quicker than many believed.

While shipments of tablets are expected to grow by 53.4% this year, P.C. shipments are expected to get hit hard, declining by 8.4% overall, according to the latest numbers from Gartner. That is an increase from its previous prediction of 7.6% back in April.
Read more at http://vator.tv/news/2013-10-21-tablets-will-see-534-growth-in-2013-while-pcs-slip#84mp4SeZHUF9BZYz.99

According to the latest numbers from Gartner:

While shipments of tablets are expected to grow by 53.4% this year, P.C. shipments are expected to get hit hard, declining by 8.4% overall, according to the latest numbers from Gartner. That is an increase from its previous prediction of 7.6% back in April. P.C. shipments include three types of devices: desktops, laptops and “ultramobiles,” which are lightweight computers that are basically a hybrid tablet, running a desktop operating system.

And as VatorNews comments:

It’s been happening for a while now, with the shift toward tablet dominance over the personal computer becoming inevitable. But the shift actually seems to be happening quicker than many believed.

Which is good news for mobile work and mobile workers.

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