desktops

HP's new Amplify partner program goes live

HP's new Amplify partner program goes live

Vendor squeezes partners from three tiers to two.
Kyle Alspach , Chris Player Nov 3 2020, 1:29PM Hardware
Global PC sales continue growth trajectory

Global PC sales continue growth trajectory

Gartner, IDC and Canalys reveal shipment numbers for Q3.
Nico Arboleda Oct 14 2020, 11:56AM Hardware
Toshiba taps Synnex for new storage deal

Toshiba taps Synnex for new storage deal

To take a new range of internal hard drives to the ANZ channel.
Michael Jenkin Jul 5 2018, 10:59AM Hardware
Inside Acer's Australian computer facility

Inside Acer's Australian computer facility

Local HQ where desktops and laptops are repaired, tested and assembled.
Chris Jager May 18 2012, 8:21AM Photos
Channel drives record sales for Lenovo

Channel drives record sales for Lenovo

No 2 PC maker signals further push into smartphone and smart TV markets.
Kristin Bent Nov 3 2011, 8:39AM Hardware
Virtual desktops: Are they almost here?

Virtual desktops: Are they almost here?

PCs in the cloud promise so much but are still limited in scope.
Nate Cochrane Sep 18 2009, 9:38AM Software
Lenovo unveils two new ThinkCentre business desktops

Lenovo unveils two new ThinkCentre business desktops

Lenovo will release two new ThinkCentre business desktops tomorrow; the ThinkCentre A58 and ThinkCentre M58e.

Staff Writers Mar 11 2009, 11:17AM Hardware
Laptops to overtake desktops in 2009

Laptops to overtake desktops in 2009

The PC microprocessor market is heading for an "inflection point" in late 2008 or early 2009, when the number of microprocessors shipping for notebooks will exceed those shipping for desktops for the first time.
Robert Jaques May 8 2008, 7:37AM Hardware
Rising notebooks, setting desktops

Rising notebooks, setting desktops

How has the role of the desktop PC been affected by the rise of the notebook?
Trevor Treharne Mar 6 2008, 2:03PM Hardware
HP unveils solid-state 'green' desktops

HP unveils solid-state 'green' desktops

HP and Intel have teamed up to unveil a line of energy-conscious workstations.

Shaun Nichols Jan 24 2008, 7:30AM Hardware
Fujitsu wins NT Government tender

Fujitsu wins NT Government tender

Fujitsu Australia has been awarded a $150 million desktop and helpdesk services contract by the Northern Territory Government, following a competitive tender between CSC Australia, HP and Unisys Australia.
Lilia Guan Mar 23 2006, 11:02AM Collaboration
Athlon 64 for desktops hits channel

Athlon 64 for desktops hits channel

A new era of performance improvements in business computing may have taken another step today, with the launch of what chipmaker AMD claims is the world’s first 64-bit, 32-bit-compatible processor for desktop and mobile applications - the Athlon 64.
Fleur Doidge Sep 24 2003, 12:00AM Hardware

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