With a price tag of $2,100 and a whopping 144Hz refresh rate, you’d think the $2.0 trillion PC market would be in the hands of gamers.
But according to new research, that’s not the case.
For the second consecutive year, PC sales are up, but the market for gaming computers has stagnated in recent years.
And while gaming PCs are still popular in China, they are not widely available in the U.S.
According to the company that conducted the research, the market is actually in a state of flux, with consumers increasingly looking for more portable options.
The research also found that a growing number of gamers are looking for a more affordable gaming machine, such as a gaming laptop or desktop.
That’s a problem, because the market has already been saturated for a while.
The average gaming PC has been around for five years, and a good chunk of that time was spent with a gaming console.
But that’s about to change.
According to data from Gartner, the average gaming laptop is now available for $1,800, and that price is growing.
The reason is because of the launch of gaming consoles, which now have the option to play video games on a TV.
The rise in consoles has made it easier for gamers to get into the market.
It’s also helped PC gamers to diversify their buying choices.
In fact, according to Gartners research, one out of every four gaming PCs today are PC-only, with a significant percentage of those PCs having been built for a mobile device or a tablet.
With more people playing video games at home, the demand for PCs has been growing.
That’s helped push the price down, as PC gamers are no longer looking for the biggest budget machine, but for a compact, portable option that’s affordable for a wide variety of gamers and different budget gamers.
The problem with that is that some gaming PCs don’t offer the same kind of performance as a high-end gaming laptop.
While a $1.4 billion PC may sound like a lot of money, it’s actually quite low compared to the prices that gaming laptops have been selling for for years.
In 2017, the top-selling gaming laptop was the $1 million Dell XPS 15, and in 2018, the first year of sales for the $3.2 million Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, which was also designed for gamers.
According the research firm, gaming laptops now make up the majority of the gaming PCs sold, but they are still a niche market.
Only 8 percent of gamers own a gaming PC, and only 12 percent of the people who own a PC have more than one computer, according the company.
And while the market might be in flux, it doesn’t mean the PC gaming market is slowing down.
Gartener analyst James Lee says there are still plenty of people who love gaming PCs and want to buy a gaming machine to play on.
And because PC gamers tend to spend more on their games, they may have more room to maneuver when it comes to buying gaming PCs.
Lee says that the demand and demand-supply balance will continue to be the key to the PC game business.
And that’s something that can be reflected in the industry’s growth.