Video Analysis: Mac vs. PC With Some iPad Help

Thanks for the feedback on my last Padcast on Xiaomi. This will likely be the last one I do for free for a while. I will do more of these for our subscribers on key industry points. If you liked these and are not a subscriber I encourage you to subscribe to our industry insider analysis service.

In this video analysis/padcast I took a look at some data related to growth rates of the PC industry and the Mac. I added some points, I think are interesting, about iPad’s mixed in with Mac Sales as well. If you have the Perspecive iOS app from Pixxa, then you can click this link and watch my story on the app, pause it and interact with my charts and data yourself should you please.

UPDATE: I realized after I used the wrong number for Apple’s share of PC sales in 2013 and YTD 2014. I talked through this on the last slide. This is the correct slide. Apologies.

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Video length = 5 Min.

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Video Analysis: Xiaomi in Focus

I have the ability to record and broadcast presentations I give through my primary presentation tool Perspective. So I thought it would be interesting to try something different and create a quick analysis of some of my data and add make some points around a particular focused topic. To start, I thought I would focus on Xiaomi. I’d love any thoughts or feedback on this as it is something I’d like to do more of, specifically for our subscribers, but wanted to test it out broadly first.

If you have the Perspective app (it’s free) you can use this link and watch this in the app which is a higher quality experience than the video. As I do more of these, it may be a good idea to get the Perspective app (available on iOS for iPhone or iPad) since I may do more of these live and be able to take questions. All of that can only be done in the app. If you use the app, you can also pause these stories and interact with my charts yourself. If you have iOS I encourage you to try it.

The one is 11m long. I’d like to keep them shorter in the future.

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