Alienware strikes back?
Subject: General Tech | June 20, 2018 - 12:47 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: dell, Lenovo, acer, asus, msi, gaming laptop, hp
The gaming laptop market is going through some big changes, with the two market leaders seeing their dominance challenged by companies more frequently associated with business models. While ASUS and MSI still account for half of the entire market, both with over a million units sold in the first half of 2018, Dell has already hit 500K and DigiTimes predicts Lenovo to hit 800-900K units by the end of the year.
It will be interesting to see how the market changes now that you can once again buy a GPU for less than the price of one of these gaming laptops; not to mention what this competition will do to pricing and design.
"But their market leaderships are being undermined by Dell, Lenovo, HP and even Acer, all of which are strengthening their shipment momentum via pricing competition in the first half of 2018, with both ASP and gross margins for gaming notebooks driven down as a result."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Researchers Invent a Way to Speed Intel's 3D XPoint Computer Memory @ Slashdot
- Microsoft Azure suffers 11-hours of borkage across Europe @ The Inquirer
- Google-free Android kit tipped to sell buckets @ The Register
- OpenBSD snubs Intel's hyper-threading over 'Spectre-class' security @ The Inquirer
- Gamdias ACHILLES P1 L Gaming Chair @ [H]ard|OCP