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While iPad shipments took a dive in the first quarter, Apple still has a comfortable lead in the global PC market that includes tablets, laptops, and desktops. And Lenovo is gaining ground.
Worldside shipments of PCs will still drop in 2014 but not as badly as they did last year. And ultramobiles will provide a bit of a boost.
On a global level, Lenovo passed HP by a nose, though none of the top five vendors saw growth in PC shipments, according to Wednesday's IDC report.
Hewlett-Packard has undercut its $150 Android Slate 7 with a $100 tablet. And it's quad-core, to boot.
Apple's MacBook Air dominates the thin-and-light market in the U.S. And its momentum shows no signs of slowing down with the well-received 2013 model.
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The iPad is no longer the infallible tablet king that it used to be, even just a year ago.
Toshiba said today that it will market a 13.3-inch tablet in the U.S. market later this year.
Hewlett-Packard's plan to bolster its personal systems business is to gain share in the enterprise market -- a segment that's strong for Lenovo.
Numbers show that while the tech giant still reigns in tablet shipments, it's growing at a slower rate than Samsung, Amazon, Asus, and Microsoft.