PC sales slow, US to blame

Tagged: PC, Sales, U.S., Software, Entertainment, Computer Hardware, Gaming, Technology
Source: Fudzilla - Read the full article
Posted: 3 years 40 weeks ago

"According to beancounters at Gartner weak consumer spending in the United States was largely to blame. Gartner said PC units grew 7.6 percent, versus its prediction of 12.7 percent. PC shipments rose 11 percent to 89.7 million units in the July-September period, according to industry tracker IDC. That was below its forecast of 13.5 percent. It seems that businesses continued to spend as they upgraded aging PCs, tentative consumers resulted in a tepid back-to-school season in the US. The market rebounded in September but it was not enough. IDC said the US experienced 3.8 percent growth, well off its expectation of near 11 percent." | more

 

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Tiv
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Yeah, I figure Q4 is last test before I call it a bad year. With new games and AMDs 6000 cards maybe things might turn around.

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well they have the christmas test to pass

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