It’s been a busy year in the computing world, with a number of outstanding devices hitting stores throughout 2020 from ground-breaking laptops to graphics cards that have arguably overshadowed the likes of the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
But who are the winners and losers of the computing sector in 2020? We’ve explored the highs and lows of the industry, highlighting the companies that will be celebrating 2020 as a success story, and naming and shaming those who have had a year to forget.
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