Samsung Moving Away From Traditional Desktop PC Business

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Aaron Briggs

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Sigh i hate all this mobile BS turning the market into a throw away tech with subscription based market. Ugh i wanna go back in time.
 

Aaron Briggs

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Sigh i hate all this mobile BS turning the market into a throw away tech with subscription based market. Ugh i wanna go back in time.
 

tranzparentl

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Samsung hasn't been in the 3.5" HDD business since 2011.
http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/19/samsung-sells-hdd-division-to-seagate-for-1-375-billion/
 

mitojee

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Samsung is a mega-conglomerate so it has its hands in tons of businesses not just phones and electronics. Anyways, I guess its branded laptops and PC's are mostly sold in Korea or Asia.
 

flowingbass

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Thats ok sasmung, just concentrate in keeping your phones competitive and innovative. We have lots of other companies to maintain the PC market.
 

cats_Paw

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Let me get this straight:
1)They Separate All-in-One from PCs. Note: All-In-One are PCs.
2)They wont make more had drives? More ram memory? Or will they only make them for their All -In-One and tablets, loosing that market piece of the cake?
3)They wont make monitors anymore?
4)When exactly did Samsung make "PCs"? I was only aware of componenets.

Im guessing Samsung is just trying to get free ads by making claims that inspire controversy.
 
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