Desktops Archive

  • Adobe Reader Adds Free eSignatures Capability

    SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) today announced it is making eSignatures available to hundreds of millions of Adobe® Reader® users, adding greater...

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  • Forrester Projects Tablets Will Outsell Netbooks By 2012, Desktops By 2013

    Forrester Projects Tablets Will Outsell Netbooks By 2012, Desktops By 2013

    The tablet era has just begun, but Forrester Research is already predicting tablet sales in the U.S. will overtake netbook sales by 2012, and desktop sales by 2015. At the Untethered conference today in New York City, Forrester analyst Sarah Rotman Epps laid out her projections comparing tablet sales to netbooks, laptops, and desktops. She expects 3.5 million tablets (including the iPad and other tablets) to be sold this year, growing to 20.4 million in 2015. Meanwhile, she expects desktop sales to drop from 18.7 million units in 2010 to 15.7 million units in 2015. As a percentage of overall PC sales, tablets will grow from 6 percent this year to 18 percent in 2012 (when netbooks are estimated to account for 17 percent of sales. The next year, in 2013, tablet sales are projected to outstrip desktop unit sales, 21 percent to 20 percent. By 2015, tablets will make up 23 percent of PC sales in the U.S., while desktops will be 18 percent and netbooks will be 17 percent. Only laptops will sell more in the U.S., with a 42 percent market share.

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  • A quick look at Lenovo’s ThinkCentre M90z desktop

    A quick look at Lenovo’s ThinkCentre M90z desktop

    Ready for your daily dose of viral marketing? This Lenovo video is just that, but it's also an interesting look at the development of Lenovo's upcoming ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one workstation. These folks know all-in-one desktops and the M90z looks to be the best yet. Launch data and specs should drop soon. Hopefully.

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  • Nvidia commits to simultaneous desktop-laptop driver releases

    Nvidia commits to simultaneous desktop-laptop driver releases

    Nvidia wants to help out you laptop gamers. How nice of them. From now on, the company will release both desktop and mobile drivers at the same time. This isn't such a big deal for desktop users, what with their fancy GTX 480s, but laptop users won't have to wait for the Dells and HPs of the world to release updated drivers. Nvidia's got you covered.

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