Anybody else notice this?
Once upon a time (say, 15 years ago), one put $2000+ on one's credit card to buy a nice shiney new PC from, for example, Dell.
These days, a decent PC is well under $1000. About half or a third of the price, even assuming constant dollars.
PC sales down you say? In 'unit sales', so vastly worse in dollars.
Wait until a decent PC is just a lump in the HDMI cable. We're actually just about there. Maybe about four more Moore cycles, so about 8 years.
Future looks bleak for PC vendors.