If you're thinking of buying a new laptop this spring, my advice is to think again. Unless your laptop is on its last legs and you have to move quickly, there are compelling reasons to wait until at least the summer, and probably the fall, to buy a new machine, especially if you are looking for a Windows PC, but even if you are in the market for a Mac.
That makes this annual spring buyer's guide a bit different. People always worry that buying tech products today carries a risk of obsolescence.
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Tablet Sales : Pulling Profits from Tablets
ringing profits from a margin-challenged category isn't a new problem for CE dealers. It recently hit a tipping point with TVs where vendors had to institute MAP and unilateral pricing policies to stem the ticket-slide tide. Tablets are just as margin-challenged, but there is no such vendor strategy on the horizon. Dealers are left on their own to extract as much profit as they can from the category.