PC’s are getting cheaper, more powerful
The PC has never been more powerful.
But its future is in the hands of more consumers, with more computing options, according to research from the research group Gartner.
The research group said PCs are getting faster and more powerful, and the best-selling PCs are now more powerful than ever.
The PC market has been shrinking ever since it peaked at $1.3 trillion in 2010, and analysts believe the PC will remain at the bottom of the smartphone market for the foreseeable future.
The average PC sold in the U.S. last year was only $600, compared to $1,500 for smartphones, according an analysis from research firm Gartners.
Gartgers analysts say they expect the PC market to grow more slowly in the future than the smartphone and tablet market, but the firm expects that to change.
In the coming years, the PC could become more valuable than ever, Garters said in a research note.
“Over time, PC revenue growth will continue to be driven by consumers, as they become more selective about the products they buy,” the firm said.
“We believe that the PCs will continue be among the fastest growing segments of the overall PC market, as well as be among one of the most profitable segments.”
Gartters forecasts that PC shipments will continue growing by a combined 2.2% this year, and they expect that to continue going up as more consumers use PCs.
The analyst company also expects that PC sales will increase by 5% this quarter.
“As more consumers adopt PCs, they will continue their efforts to optimize and expand their PCs,” the analysts said.
As PC sales continue to grow, so will the growth in the number of people using PCs.
Gizmodo reported earlier this year that the number the U!
Census Bureau counted as people using computers has doubled in the last three years.
And Gartness reported in July that the U., by far, has the fastest-growing population.
Garts latest report says that the average U.s. household spent $3,500 on computers in 2015, an increase of nearly 3%.
The Gartnners report estimates that by 2020, PCs will make up about 75% of the U’s computing inventory.
And the U will account for nearly half of global computing revenue by 2020.
GARTNER predicts that PCs will outsell smartphones and tablets for the first time in more than five years.
The report also says that PCs are more powerful and more reliable than smartphones and that the PC is more popular than smartphones.
Gentry said that while the PC’s future may be uncertain, the industry is moving towards the future.
“With advances in computing technologies, we believe the world is in a better place today than it was four or five years ago,” Gentry told Business Insider.
“And it’s only going to get better.”