Now that CES is just around the corner, we are being flooded with many interesting releases. Now LG is looking forward to unveiling a few new devices which will be running on Windows 8. Some of these will include the Tab-Book 2 line which has a QWERTY keyboard veiled under the 11.6-inch screen, 13Z940 “ultra PC” laptop and a new 27-inch all-in-one.
Sometimes moves made by the Big names in the Tech industry get too complex that they get hard to comprehend. For instance, the decision reverted to bring Start button in Windows 8.1 but not the Start menu. Such steps limit the company being aggressive, and now news has been publicized that the second generation Kinect sensor (comes with Xbox One) isn’t going to plug into PCs, reason being it’s having a proprietary connector.
We thought the PC market was on a verge of getting redefined since the IDC forecasted a 1.3% decline in PC shipments which was supposed to be accompanied by a steady increase but it didn’t. The IDC expects the PC market to go down by 7.8% this year and 1.2% in the year 2014. Expectations are it won’t jump back till 2015. But this does not mean that the PC market is dying. It just needs to redefine.