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PCs: Then, now and the future

With the PC market still in the dumps, manufacturers are doing all they can to get consumers excited--and spending--again. Meanwhile, the IBM ThinkPad turns 10.

With the PC market still in the dumps, manufacturers are doing all they can to get consumers excited--and spending--again. Meanwhile, IBM's distinctive ThinkPad turns 10.

Sony folds all-in-one PC into U.S. lineup
As expected, the company will bring its all-in-one Vaio W to the United States, hoping the luggable PC will help boost holiday sales.
Oct. 7, 2002

HP notebook: How low can it go?
The company will unveil a new Athlon-based notebook for small businesses, including a model that will sell for $899.
Oct. 6, 2002

Emachines unveils holiday lineup
The low-cost PC maker shows off its new PC lineup, with five new desktops. It's got competition in HP and Sony, however.
Oct. 6, 2002

ThinkPad marks a decade of life
IBM's landmark notebook turns 10, a milestone for what has become one of the most successful products and brand names in computing.
Oct. 6, 2002

'Tis the season for a Pavilion
Hewlett-Packard pushes its new holiday lineup of Pavilion desktops and notebooks, offering CD or DVD burners across the board.
Oct. 4, 2002