Which brands do you want to buy in 2019?
The latest list of best-selling laptop and desktop PC brands from the most recent PC Association of America survey, released Tuesday, includes Lenovo, HP, Dell, Asus, and Acer.
The list includes both brand-new laptops and desktop PCs.
“Laptops and PCs are a great way to meet the demands of today’s businesses,” said Jeffrey Siegel, president of the PC Association.
The PC Association survey also offers a look at the popularity of new tablets, which has been a boon for manufacturers.
Lenovo is the highest-selling brand, with more than 60 percent of the list’s laptops.
The company, which is based in Seattle, has been making laptops for more than a decade, and it was founded in 1997.
The Asus Chromebook Flip 2 and Dell Chromebook 13 are the top-selling desktop PCs, with about 22 percent of those lists’ laptops.
Dell, which had a strong year in 2018, is now the top seller, with 15 percent of its notebooks.
The Dell Chromebook 14 has made the list this year as well.HP, meanwhile, has become the top PC maker in 2019 with nearly 20 percent of all laptops and 14 percent of desktop PCs sold.
The top seller for the brand is the HP Pavilion Chromebook 13 with a market share of 19 percent.
Apple’s iPad Pro and its upcoming iPhone 8 are the most popular laptops.
The PC association surveyed a total of 1,074 people ages 18 and older across the country and found that, while sales of the brand-name laptops and desktops were declining, sales of laptops from third-party makers were growing.
This is a very different story than the industry is accustomed to seeing, said Michael Pachter, president and CEO of the American Technology Council, which represents companies and their executives.
This is the beginning of a trend where people are choosing to buy tablets and desklobes.””
The fact that Apple is making a significant contribution to the market is a big deal.
This is the beginning of a trend where people are choosing to buy tablets and desklobes.”
The latest list is based on a survey of 1.8 million consumers conducted by Marketing Analytics, a marketing research firm.