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    Sharp getting out of PC business

    Sharp getting out of PC business

    Sharp has decided to officially pull the plug on their PC operations. While this may sound surprising, it’s not entirely shocking given that the company has not released any PCs at all in the past year. Sharp will instead focus on marketing its Galapagos tablet devices coming out in December, along with providing content such as e-books, music and video for these products.

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    Sharp’s decision raises a question that’s been much debated of late, that being whether it’s profitable for companies to stay in the PC business when mobile technologies are so lucrative. Amid fears that Apple was moving away from the Mac, Steve Jobs underscored this past week that personal computers can be extremely profitable, pointing to the $22 billion that the Mac hauled in over the past 4 quarters.

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