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One in four consumers with notebook replacement plans put unconventional designs on wish list

Gregg Keizer | Nov. 6, 2015
But convertibles and 2-in-1s won't solve the industry slowdown; too many consumers plan to keep what they have.

What they buy, said Escherich, will largely be determined by the size of their wallets. "The price premium will determine if they choose a laptop or a hybrid next time round," she said.

Gartner device replacement plans 
Survey says consumers planning to replace a traditional notebook are the most interested in moving on to a new form factor, even though their picks -- convertible laptops and 2-in-1s -- have roots in laptop design. Click on image to enlarge. Credit: Gartner


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