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PC Gaming Desktop Sales Are Growing
Quote:Sales from gaming PCs and accessories on the rise, according to researchers GfK. Revenue generated from desktop PC sales specifically for gaming have grown with a properly nice by 55 percent. Specific game monitors see an upwards trend in sales as well, this segment increased with 114 percent.

As reported by gfk; PC gaming hardware remained one of the most important drivers of growth for the computer and peripherals manufacturers in the B2C field in the first half of 2017 as well. In addition to desktop PCs and notebooks, gaming accessories also benefited from the continuing boom in the world of electronic games. These are GfK's findings for the global PC gaming hardware market on the occasion of IFA 2017 in Berlin.

After challenging years with new technologies like tablets or smartphones, gaming PCs have developed from a niche segment to a strong selling mainstream product. This trend continued in the first half of 2017 and gaming desktop PCs managed to increase their global revenue by 55 percent compared to the previous year. Portable gaming PCs had a revenue increase of 24 percent. In total, global revenues of all gaming PCs (desktops and notebooks) in the markets measured by GfK (excluding North America) amounted to €1.5 billion.

The greatest share of the revenue here was from the Western European market, which was responsible for 44 percent of all sales at €682 million (a revenue increase of 11 percent). The Asian-Pacific economic region had a share of 34 percent (revenue: €522 million; revenue growth up 67 percent) and Eastern Europe (including Russia) 12 percent (revenue: €193 million; revenue growth up 42 percent).
Because Gaming Laptops are too expensive
(09-07-2017, 10:38 PM)dmcowen674 Wrote: Because Gaming Laptops are too expensive

Gaming laptops have always been an expensive solution with compromises, better suited to folks living in dorms and efficiency apartments than people with larger dwellings.

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