Analysis: Handheld Gaming PCs Vie for Piece of $250 Billion Gaming Industry
Gaming, and all that it encompasses today, would not exist without the personal computer. The first video game dates back to student hobbyists at MIT in 1962. Fast forward 60 years and PC gaming continues to attract enthusiastic gamers, though revenue pales in comparison to other modes of gaming (mobile). While gaming laptops have made PC gaming more mobile than ever, the smartphone remains the most powerful and popular tool for mobile gaming. To remain competitive in a $250+ billion business, PC manufacturers turn to a new category: handheld gaming PCs. Can these miniaturized PCs unlock a new customer base in a declining PC market? How does it compete with mobile and console gaming?
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