Notebooks midmost in mobility [TUPdate]

Notebook Penetration – Now in the Middle of Mobility

Notebooks have continued their long march into widespread use, fueled by the desire to get things done regardless of location. The years-long drive towards mobility continues. However, users have shown that notebooks are not their only choice to support their mobility fix. Even while notebooks have continued to be made thinner, lighter, faster, and less expensive, users have adopted other mobile devices. Smartphones have reached around 85% of online adults in the US, Germany, and the UK, surpassing notebook penetration.

Users have not embraced smartphones as a full substitute for notebooks, preferring certain activities using their notebooks or desktops. However, over the last five years, users have migrated many of their regular PC activities to smartphones, one by one and unceasingly.

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Pent-up demand among notebook/laptop users [MetaFAQs]

Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, November 10, 2020

How enthusiastic or forward-looking are users about getting a new notebook? Are purchase plans any stronger among Windows notebook users than Apple MacBook users? Or, is it the other way around? This MetaFAQs compares notebook purchase intentions among current users or Windows notebooks and Apple MacBooks.

Demand Tailwinds Among Apple MacBook Users

Apple’s most recent release of Apple MacBooks – this time with their own silicon – is launching at a favorable time. Demand for a new notebook/laptop is strongest among current Apple MacBook users.

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