Considering last quarter 410 million mobile smartphones sold. Plus things like VR, smart watches, home appliances and other things like toys all support mobile devices very well. PCs and laptops do not support those things or if they do support them, then it's poorly implemented and supported compared to mobile platforms. Plus things like mobile VR is cheaper and it's easier to use and setup. Not to mention right now there is much more content for mobile VR devices.
why want pc. nobody. get android. 4gigs ram and 64 bits. not need useless computer. keyboard, mouse, monitor and virus. nobody use anymore. lol good!
Phones and tablets are closing in the gap between PCs and phones/ tablets in terms of functionality. People would love to upgrade their phones or tablets than PCs because the majority are find less use for PCs at domestic level since much of the things can be done with phones or tablets.
I never saw anyone I know bought new branded desktop PC. notebook/laptop aside, all PC they have are costum, either by shops, friends or themselves.
my PCs are at least 5 years old, and it still good enough for works and light online games (WoT and some korean games). probably upgrade later if zen not a flop (currently i5 3.7 GHz 4cores so I want at least 6c/12t one )
RejZoR, 12 Apr 2016They keep scaring people with this bullshit and yet PC gaming is more active than ever. Maybe ... moreThat's right ! Seriously who cares about Lenovo,HP or Dell ?? hahahhaa that trash is only good for office anyway...
RejZoR, 12 Apr 2016They keep scaring people with this bullshit and yet PC gaming is more active than ever. Maybe ... moreTrue. Gaming consoles are nowhere near the top end PC's performance. Add to this the productivity you get with an actual PC and its a no-brainer.
Good, it shows how silly it was for tablet makers to jump from the tablet market (which could be made to be vibrant at the snap of a finger) to the dying PC market by adding windows to their "tablets" ... I still don't get their move. Windows is the past, better work on making Android productive, than reverting to Windows, look what happens to their products ...
not everybody buy pc every year or month..i am using a monitor and keyboard which is 10 years old
A lot of PC buyers are business owners and professionals ... someone who earns $100, $200, $500 per hour generally doesn't want to waste time to save a few dollars.
I'm surprised people even buy PCs anymore. People just buy parts and make their own. It's getting easier every year.