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you know, this is a market in industry space with 500 million units sold per year. while there's been some elongation of the replacement cycle, these devices are still very essential to how you do business. i think you're using them every single day in your lives and there are all kinds of new interesting things occurring. of course, you have these two in ones and convertibles, we're introducing a new 4k/2k display. think about this, you take a picture on your smartphone and it has 8 million pixels or perhaps more. well, the display you have on your desk probably can only show you 1 million or perhaps 2 million pixels. you're only seeing maybe a quarter of what the image from your smartphone is. we're seeing the resolution is the new gigahertz. tremendous demand for high-resolution displays. in not only desk top environments, mobile environments. we have the highest resolution, workstation, you know, mobile workstation out there. and interestingly enough, our demand for pcs is up double digits. i think there's some industry consolidation going on. clearly dell is gaining share. we gained share for the first three quarters and i'm quite convinced we'll be getting share. back to becky's question. so five years from now, i'm trying to figure out what i'm going to be buying. and i can't see -- it's -- like i hate those ipad key boards. the spaces never work, there's always a v where the space is supposed to be. why? i'm going to need a keyboard still and i'm going to need a screen still. i don't know how that advances. it's not going to give me a back rub or anything, right? or something -- it seems like we're stuck with that. that's what it's going to be unless i'm buying a drone or something to take the cleaners. it's still going to be a keyboard and a screen, isn't it? yeah, we're working on the whole telepathy thing where you imagine things and it happens. but until we get there, displays are important, visualize information very quickly with a display. and, of course, people are very used to keyboards. there's lots of new foreign factors. i don't think you'll see one device that kind of wins everything. you're actually seeing a proliferation of many different kinds of devices. and we see user preferences sort of run the gamut. and we're giving our customers choice from, you know, mobile devices, tablets of all shapes and sizes. and there is still a professional workstation market. you know, if you're doing complex engineering and design and, you know, you're doing digital content creation, you want a vivid display. these are amazing when you see them. if you sit down in front of this for about five minutes and compare it to what you're using today, guarantee you, you'll never want t back to what you had before. and we're going to make these affordable. we're going to do what dell does best and drive these into the mainstream just like we're doing in the data center and software services.