Being Right All the Time Is Just a Burden I Have to Bear

I Called It

Nine months ago, I told you that netbooks were the future of the PC industry.

Today the New York Times tells you the same thing:

Get ready for the next stage in the personal computer revolution: ultrathin and dirt cheap…

So far, netbooks have appealed to a relatively small audience. Some of the devices feel more like toys or overgrown phones than full-featured computers. Still, they are the big success story in the PC industry, with sales predicted to double this year, even as overall PC sales fall 12 percent, according to the research firm Gartner. By the end of 2009, netbooks could account for close to 10 percent of the PC market, an astonishing rise in a short span.

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April 23, 2011
7:18 pm

Yes!I do agree,netbooks will be more popular,due to low
cost and light weight.I want to buy one, as my lap top is heavy.The above content prompts me and tempts me to
rush to buy one netbook at once.