There’s an interesting post on Gizmodo about the impending death of the desktop PC. John Herrman writes:
Stephen Baker, an analyst for industry watchers NPD, shared with me a wider picture of how retail PC sales break down. The way he put it made measuring the rise and fall of sales percentages seem dumb—there really aren’t any sales to lose: “In US retail, 80% of sales are notebooks now,” he said. “Start throwing in stuff like iMacs and all-in-ones”—which share more hardware DNA with laptops and netbooks than traditional desktops—”and it gets even higher.”
The majority of people I work with have notebooks.
What do you think? What are you using most these days, your desktop machine or a notebook?