At Goldman Sachs Technology Conference earlier this week Tim Cook spent a moment on comparing iPad to traditional PC sales. Cook stated, "To put the 23 million iPads sold in the last quarter in some context, HP, who is the world's largest PC seller, in that same quarter, sold 15 million PCs. So 50+ percent more iPads were sold in that quarter than PCs, and in fact if you look at the full year last year, there were more iPads sold than HP sold of their entire PC lineup. And so there has been a sea change here, but I think we're in the early innings of this game." Today, Gartner Research issued a press release concerning the dire shape that the personal computer market as we know it is in. It's clear that PC's, as in traditional desktops and notebooks "will continue to be marginalized," stated one of Gartner's analysts. Yet stats are only one part of the equation and there may be a glimmer of hope for the PC on the horizon.