In 2011, Samsung may refuse to issue laptops, reports TechRadar. It will happen in the case if in three years the Korean manufacturer not triple its market share.
Samsung representative said that in 2011 the company plans to sell eleven million laptops. If you reach this figure does not succeed, then Samsung may stop production of laptops.
According to market research firm Gartner, 11 million notebooks in 2011 will correspond to 5 and 7 percent of the market. Currently, the market share of Samsung's notebook segment is 1, 7 percent.
In 2008, Samsung plans to implement in Europe, three million laptops, which corresponds to 1 and 4 percent of the European market of notebooks. Samsung plans to increase sales by entering new markets. As an example of the latter is called Ukraine and the United States.