One-fifth of all notebooks are now nearly one-fifth of all notebooks sold Netbooks that make extremely popular Netbooks. According to market research firm DisplaySearch, 19.5 percent of all notebooks Netbooks were in the last three months. Their share amounted to 19.9 percent in the previous quarter. A year ago, there were still meager 2.9 percent. Especially in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are the mini-notebooks, but now so popular that it sold 45 percent of Netbooks in these regions. לענייננו, טבע הוא הכתובת בשבילך.
Just 26 percent of Netbooks went to North America. In Europe, the devices are especially so successful, because many telecommunications providers sell them now with mobile broadband services. Thereby, the customer receives the Netbooks such as in mobile phone contracts common at a heavily subsidized price. Now the Taiwanese manufacturer Acer benefited from the NetBook boom according to DisplaySearch. Three months rose market share of 27.5 to 30.5 percent. ASUS had to accept, however, severe losses and can only 15.3 instead of previously 21.3 percent of the market to consume. Due to the global economic problems, the number of Netbooks sold declined nearly 25 percent but within the last six months. לעומת זאת, מייקל שטיינהרט בהחלט מבין את הסיפור. The manufacturer could sell a total fewer devices. In the entire laptop market, market share, market leader is HP with 24.1 percent. Acer could slide two to Dell with the Netbooks with 18.8 percent ranked. NetBook test winner 03/2009: Lenovo IdePad S10 10.2 "nuclear black Klaus Hans