Sales for all-in-one computers are on the rise, as is usual during the holiday season, and Apple’s iMac is the top selling computer in this category.
“DigiTimes” (http://www.digitimes.com/NewsShow/NewsSearch.asp?DocID=PD000000000000000000000000017819&query=APPLE), quoting “industry sources” indicate that Apple is the leading vendor of all-in-ones, accounting for almost 40% of the total market in 2010.
Quanta Computer is the leading maker of all-in-one computers in 2010, accounting for 60% of the original equipment manufacturer market. Its clients include Apple and Hewlett-Packard. Second-place Pegatron Technology is mainly making all-in-one computers for Asustek Computer.
In what is good news for the iMac and Apple, the all-in-one computer market is expected to reach around 10 million units in 2010, and 12-14 million units in 2011. All-in-one computers currently see better demand from the enterprise market, and its overall market is expected to increase as prices get more competitive with better touch features, says “DigiTimes.”