Most companies either lease or buy their computer equipment, but why or when should a company rent laptop or notebook computers?
Here are a few reasons to rent a laptop computer:
-If you need technology on short notice or for a short time, it is best to rent a laptop.
-If you need a large quantity of laptop . . . → Read More: When to Rent a Laptop Computer
Apple. The king of the technology world. Or so it was…. Since the inception of the iPad, Apple has had a clear cut stranglehold on the tablet market. While many very worthy contenders have stepped up to dethrone the king, including Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Microsoft’s Surface, none have been able to overtake Apple and the . . . → Read More: Tablet King Apple Slowly Losing Throne
Tablets, tablets, tablets. It seems to me like no business or tech savvy person can live without them now. This trend is not dying out anytime soon, I can say that much with confidence. The only problem with the current tablet market is that it can still be extremely hard for new products to break through. . . . → Read More: Do Current Tablet Trends Suggest That Microsoft Tablets Could Be In Trouble?
According to a recent report, worldwide Ultrabook shipments are falling short, extremely short actually, of what they were expected to be. In a forecast earlier in the year, IHS iSuppli stated that 22 million Ultrabooks would be sold this year. Well, the year is ending in a little over a month and the analyst has lowered . . . → Read More: Ultrabooks Falling Extremely Short of Expectations, Not Selling Like They Should
According to a recent company statement, Lenovo is planning on opening up its very first computer manufacturing plant in the United States. The plant, according to the company, will focus primarily on making PCs, laptops and tablets with Lenovo’s ThinkPad branding.
Lenovo is planning on opening the factory in early 2013 where it will be located in . . . → Read More: Lenovo to Open First U.S. Manufacturing Plant to Focus on ThinkPad Laptops, Tablets and PCs
Lenovo recently announced that net profit for the first quarter increased by 30% year-over-year, inching the company ever closer to surpassing HP as the top vendor in the market. Lenovo’s net profit reached $141 million in the quarter, an increase from $108 million over the same quarter the previous year. In addition to that, the company’s revenue in . . . → Read More: Lenovo Sees Mobile Business Increase
According to a company spokesperson, Acer is still planning on producing Windows RT devices at some point in the future. This statement comes after the company’s CEO berated Microsoft for building the Surface RT tablet. On Monday Microsoft excluded Acer from its list of Windows RT device makers.
According to the Acer spokesperson, “Acer plans to incorporate . . . → Read More: Acer Plans on Supporting Windows RT