For IHS iSuppli, the desktop PC market has a lot to thank computers for all-in-one (those like the iMac, that is, all-in-one). This is because their growth in 2012 should reach 20%, going from 13.7 million units sold in 2011 to 16.4 million this year. Taking into account that the other desktops should grow only 0.2%, we can say that the all-in-one is the savior of the country.
Despite the success of notebooks and other gadgets such as smartphones and tablets, all-in-one It will continue to grow until 2016 in the year of the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, an estimated 24.8 million machines sold, growing an average of 13% per year until then.
Considering that the prices of all-in-one they are increasingly competitive paired with common desktops (tower + monitor) and that for many people the advantages of such a machine easily outweigh the disadvantages, the numbers are more than normal.
Complementing the news, in 2011 Apple was the company that most sold all-in-one computers (28%), followed by Lenovo, Dell, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Sony.