Do your customers understand the impact 5G could have on their businesses and lives? Do they even know what 5G is?
A recent study commissioned by Intel and conducted by Ovum finds that the number of Americans willing to pay extra for 5G service is inversely proportional to the number of those who fully understand it.
Sure, it’s better to give than to receive, but it’s also harder. That’s especially true when you’re shopping for the techie who has everything.
That gift-giving time of year is here again. In the interest of smoothing out your holiday shopping to-do list, we’re here to help.
Feast your eyes on these 4 high-tech toys. Any of them should bring joy to your gadget-obsessed giftees.
> Perfect for: The high-tech chef
> Price: $599
How much can your customers spend on a gaming computer? How much have they got?
PC users in general are moving to thinner, lighter and cheaper devices. But not the gaming crowd. They’re still mad about desktops and laptops that are bigger, faster and stronger.
The robots are coming! Well, they’re coming to Israel. That’s where Intel, Volkswagen and Champion Motors will roll out the first example of autonomous ride-sharing. Get ready. This could be truly amazing.
Apple Watch is widely regarded as the undisputed heavy-weight of wearables. But as a recent report from ABI Research shows, the competition has grown serious. Apple Watch recently suffered a 14% drop in its market share.
Is Apple’s reign coming to an end? In a word, no. But the competition sure is getting better. A serious battle is on.
Wait, are high-end 2-in-1 devices now a thing? According to HP and Microsoft, they certainly are.
Both companies this week introduced luxury 2-in-1 offerings. And they’re hoping your customers will sit up and take notice.
Two new 2-in-1s
Let’s meet our contestants. In this corner, weighing in at 3.28 pounds, the leather-clad Lothario of laptops, the HP Spectre Folio!
The end of Windows 7 is coming.
According to Microsoft, the big day will be Jan. 14, 2020. That’s when Microsoft plans to pull the plug on this now 9-year-old operating system, ending all its security patches, updates and support.
Intel has taken the wraps off two new Core processor types designed to boost power and battery life in laptops and 2-in-1 devices.
The latest crop of mini-PCs are smaller, faster and more flexible than ever. So much so, that one day soon they may obviate traditional desktop computers altogether.
Until that day comes, however, the competition continues. And may the smallest computer win.
When talking with your customers about mini-PCs, it will be helpful to divide the market into 2 categories: ready-to-use and barebones. Both offer varying degrees of utility, versatility and cost savings.
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