“Apple is the number two supplier to UK education market, pushing Dell into third place,” Karen Haslam reports for Macworld UK.
“According to analysts at Gartner, Apple has 14.7 percent of the total PC market for education – including laptops and desktop computers, but excluding the server market. In first place is Research Machines with 34.9 per cent of the market. Dell has slipped to third place with 14.1 percent. In fourth place is HP with 7.7 percent of the market,” Haslam reports.
Haslam reports, “Apple also announced that in the fourth quarter of its 2006 financial year it was the number one computer supplier in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) education market.”
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