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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Nam Seong-Woo
Samsung Electronics Co. said Wednesday it expects 10 percent growth in PC sales by volume this year as it bets on new PCs that are hybrids of laptops and tablets to lift sluggish PC demand.
Samsung Electronics Co. expects 10 percent growth in PC sales by volume this year as it bets on hybrid laptop-tablet PCs.
"We expect a 10 percent annual growth by volume and 25 percent growth by sales this year as we increase shipments and introduce premium products," Samsung's Executive Vice President Nam Seong-woo said at a media briefing.
team chief Nam Seong-woo said Wednesday the ATIV PCs that come with a detachable keyboard will help lift its sales at a difficult time for the PC industry.