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A laptop should be owned by everyone. Laptops were enormous and bulky in the early days of the PC revolution, and the performance tradeoffs that had to be made in comparison to a desktop machine made them a niche device reserved exclusively for business travellers. However, a lot has changed since then, and laptops are now the ultimate computing solution in many aspects.
The Covid-19 outbreak may have wreaked havoc on businesses, but it hasn’t affected laptop and notebook manufacturers. Laptops rushed off the shelves in a typically quiet market for consumer electronics producers, with workplaces closed and most professionals reliant on their personal gadgets for work from home.
All major companies in the market, from market leader HP and premium player Apple to Lenovo and Asus, are seeing a strong increase in demand.
The pandemic also made one-laptop-per-person even more of a rule than it already was. That’s because every single household member, adults and children, needed their own full-time system.
The India Personal Laptop accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
In India, Samsung has launched the Galaxy Book2 Series, Galaxy Book2 Business, and Galaxy Book Go.
Xiaomi is rumoured to be planning a redesign of its Redmi Book Pro laptop model. The Redmi Book Pro will reportedly include two screen sizes and a 12th generation Intel Core i7 processor, among other SKUs.
In India, Samsung is preparing to debut a new notebook. The Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro 360, which was recently revealed at MWC 2022 alongside the Galaxy Book2 Pro, will be released.
Because you can’t fit a full-fledged desktop GPU into a laptop, external GPU enclosures are necessary. The new Asus ROG Flow and its XG Mobile eGPU aren’t your normal huge and finicky gaming laptops. The computer itself has mediocre integrated graphics, but the exterior casing can accommodate an RTX 3080.
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