Laptops and desktops still feature prominently in the post-PC world

But complexity is still the Achilles heel of the Windows PC


Published/updated: January 2017

By Richard Edwards

Prominent PC makers used CES 2017 to showcase a range of new laptop and desktop designs, some of which are clearly inspired by Microsoft’s growing stable of Surface-branded, Windows 10-based personal computers. Targeting a range of market segments, the products on display played to the primary strengths of the Windows PC, namely choice and versatility. With the Windows 10 Creators Update due this spring, and new ARM-based mobile PCs expected later in the year, enterprise vendors and service providers should prepare for increased interest in PC-based products and solutions...




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