The art of the tablet PC
With its bars and cinemas, London’s Leicester Square is a popular destination for tourists, who’ll often stop to have portraits and caricatures drawn. On one summer day, the artist Emil (in the white shirt) swaps his notebook and charcoal for a Tablet PC…
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Canadian PC market grows by 20 per cent in 2Q05: IDC Canada
The Canadian PC market achieved its eighth consecutive quarter of double- digit growth in the second quarter of 2005, according to IDC Canada’s preliminary figures in its’ latest Canadian Quarterly PC Tracker report.
Declining price points in the entry-level notebook segment, along with improved performance and feature set options in the high-end desktop replacement space provided the strong stimulus in portable PC adoption, officials said.
The IT consultancy said PC shipments rose 20.5 per cent year-over-year and for the first time, broke the 1 million unit mark in the traditionally quiet second quarter, according to preliminary figures released by IDC’s Canadian Quarterly PC Tracker.
“Notebooks are well suited to address people’s increasing connectivity, productivity, and entertainment needs. Without question, the Canadian PC market’s…
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