Feature: State of the PC in 2015: An Ars Technica Quarterly Report
Our last quarterly special report looked at the PC industry in 2011; this one jumps into the future to discuss where we'll be in 2015. The complete 6,500 report is available in PDF and e-book formats, but it's only for Ars Technica subscribers. Sign up today ! In an earlier report , we surveyed the state of the PC, circa the first quarter of 2011. While not the primary focus of that piece, we also touched on some of the long term trends affecting the future of that cherished platform. In this followup, we take a more forward-looking perspectiveâ€”what will PC hardware look like in 2015? Four years is an eternity in the semiconductor and PC industryâ€”companies have been started, grown, and collapsed in less timeâ€”so any attempt to look this far is prone to uncertainty. This report therefore doesn't aim for crystalline precision but rather approximate accuracy. Our analysis starts by examining semiconductor manufacturing in 2015, then moves to general integration trends and ...
Sorry, we didn't find any more articles related to the one you selected.
Use the oxo and xox buttons to remove the tags that seem least relevant to you.
After removing a tag, you can either add more tags or use the the search function to refine your search.
You can start over with a new tag selection by choosing a tag from the tag clouds on the left or by using the search function.
Or jump to the list of our fresh articles