Consumers’ portable PC choices are increasingly being limited, as diversified electronics companies gear up for a future in which notebooks are no longer a viable product offering; set to be replaced by more flexible tablet-like formats.

Competition in the local market has already been trimmed as Samsung has stopped bringing its notebooks into the country, a move preceded by Sony’s ditching of the segment. While tablets are becoming an increasingly important part of the market, this does not mean notebooks will die out, as companies – like Lenovo – that focus solely on that market will still be around.

To view the rest of this article, including comments from Mustek CEO and co-founder David Kan, head on to the source link over at ITWeb.

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