Holiday Season: Laptop Sales Jump 52%, but Desktops Fell

Most electronics are hot during the holiday season, but the outlook for computer makers looks a little less joyful, partky due to delays in Microsoft Windows Vista delay. The holiday PC sales tracked by Current Analysis shows laptop sales climbed nearly 52% from the year-ago period, while desktops fell 7%.

Overall, the number of PCs sold rose 23% during this holiday period so far, compared to 36% unit growth during the same period last year. 

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