“With computer makers growing their laptop sales at significantly higher rates than their desktop siblings, the time has come for portable computing to replace its bulkier predecessor,” Fool.com’s commentray page trumpets.
“As Apple was introducing its latest line of notebook computers earlier this week, colorful CEO Steve Jobs revealed that its laptop business was now making up 42% of the company’s computer sales — and gaining,” writes Rick Aristotle Munarriz for The Motley Fool.
“‘This is clearly the year of the notebook for Apple,’ he said to what should have been a giddy congregation at this week’s Apple Expo. He’s right. Portable computing is hot,” writes Munarriz.
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