Consumer Computer Sales Increasing, Thanks To Tablets

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Obviously, most of the growth seen in the industry came from tablets, which are proving more popular than ever this year. NPD measured tablet sales as increasing 49% over 2012 sales, while desktop and notebooks saw only 8.5% and 28.9%, respectively. Tablet sales accounted for a full 22% of all PC device sales in November, showing just how popular such devices were on Black Friday . The growth in tablet sales was led this year by a variety of Android tablets, with this year was predicted to overtake Apple iPad shipments . Windows tablets, though, also increased their meager share of the market by a significant amount. Growth in the notebook segment was led by, of all things, Chromebooks. The smaller, more portable form-factor of the devices seems to appeal to consumers that are increasingly focused on mobile devices.
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The tablet market is now divided in two categories: large-screen and small-screen tablets. Acer was the first company to launch a Windows 8 tablet with an 8-inch display with its Iconia W3. That model made its debut earlier this year, but came with lower specs compared to the new Iconia W4. The new model sports a faster processor and a superior display. It packs a quad-core Intel Bay Trail processor which should allow for both good performance and long battery life. The Iconia W4’s multitouch display, meanwhile, offers better viewing angles and a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
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