Microsoft short on tablets and Goldman Sachs is not happy

Earlier in the year Goldman Sachs expected PC sales to have grown by up to 8 percent and server sales to grow up to 5 percent while other industry analysts predicted a growth of 10 to 15 percent. However the market is now leaning towards Tablets as their sales continue to grow and eat up PC sales by as much as 33 to 35 percent. The firm now expects tablet sales to top the 55 million mark next year and as high as 79 million the following year.

Goldman Sachs market expects say lower PC growth than forecasted

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