HP Will Ship Up To 48 Million Notebooks In 2011

Posted: Jan 19 2011, 12:02pm CST | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
HP will ship up to 48 million notebooks in 2011
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HP to ship lots of notebooks in 2011

HP is the biggest computer firm in the world and has some big plans for 2011 with the year just getting underway. DigiTimes reports that HP plans to sell in the range of 45 to 48 million notebooks this year. That is a LOT of notebook computers. The news comes from Taiwanese ODMs that are making the machines for HP according to DigiTimes.

The same sources say that HP took delivery of 10 million notebooks in Q4 2010 and had total notebook shipments of 39 million in 2010. That means HP is looking to ship about 9 million more notebooks in 2011 than it did in 2010.

I wonder how many tablets HP plans to sell in 2011. The company has many offerings up its sleeves and with a lot of notebook makers looking away from the netbook market I am sure HP will be replacing netbooks with tablets during the year.

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