CHART OF THE DAY: The Ratio Of PCs To Macs Sold Has Fallen To Levels Not Seen Since The 1990s (AAPL, MSFT)

CHART OF THE DAY: The Ratio Of PCs To Macs Sold Has Fallen To Levels Not Seen Since The 1990s (AAPL, MSFT)

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Analyst Horace Dediu of Asymco has posted another excellent chart, this one showing the ratio of PCs sold to Macs sold each year since the early 1980s (via Philip Elmer-Dewitt, who notes that the peak year for Microsoft dominance was 2004). As you can see, the chart tells the story...
CHART OF THE DAY: The Ratio Of PCs To Macs Sold Has Fallen To Levels Not Seen Since The 1990s (AAPL, MSFT)
                                       

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