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IDC: PC market will also be hit by COVID-19
The long list of ICT markets that are being disrupted by the virus’ effect on manufacturing includes desktops, laptops, workstations and tablets.
NVIDIA introduces a new breed of high-performance workstations
“Data science is one of the fastest growing fields of computer science and impacts every industry."
HP’s new line of workstations detailed
The four new workstations in HP’s Z lineup are building on the need for greater compute, graphics, mobility and security.
Local traditional PC market up 8.8% in 2Q18
Traditional PC shipments have seen an unexpected rise in Oz, boosted by the commercial market.
Lenovo’s new mobile workstation thinnest and lightest yet
Lenovo has announced the release of their newest workstation with a focus on sleek and thin design without compromising on power.
HP makes power mobile with new range of workstations
“HP is focused on designing workstations that meet the needs of creative and engineering professionals across different industries.”
AU govt echoes HP's recall of potentially fiery laptop batteries
The ACCC has reiterated HP’s recall with one of its own in an attempt to get Aussie consumers to check and replace their batteries if needed.
This PC has all of the processing power a designer will ever need
It's not hard to see how ASUS impressed the design society with the ESC510 G4 SFF...
Well, I’ll be dammed… Ingram resellers beaver away on HP promotion
Ingram Micro NZ has been overrun by rodents, with a plethora of cute and cuddly beavers making a temporary home at the distributor this week.
HP winner in better than expected Q3 PC market
The traditional PC market has clocked a better than expected result Q3, with HP logging a ‘notable’ growth thanks to big wins in Asia Pacific.
Traditional PC market declines but fares better than expected
Worldwide shipments of traditional PCs declined in the first quarter of 2017, but surprisingly the figures are more positive than expected.