A look at the top computer brands that are popular in Canada: 1.
Mac: Macs are one of the most popular computer models, and are sold by Apple and Dell, as well as Microsoft and IBM.
Macs also have a large number of accessories, and Apple offers many different models with different colors and patterns.
Lenovo: Lenovo has been around for over 40 years and is one of Canada’s leading computer companies.
Its products are used in a number of industries and have a reputation for quality.
Lenovo’s brand is synonymous with laptop computers, but it also offers a range of consumer electronic products.
Toshiba: Toshiba has been a Canadian computer company since 1991, and it has continued to expand its business.
Tosita is now a global leader in PC components and peripherals.
Tosuma is known for its compact form factor and quality, as is its computer accessories, including the Toshiba Chromebook.
Apple: Apple is Canada’s biggest electronics company, with over 200 stores and over 15,000 employees worldwide.
Its brands include iPhones, iPads, iPods, Mac computers and iPods.
IBM: IBM is a Canadian company with over 1,000 companies worldwide, including over 300 in Canada.
It has more than 300 research centres and many research facilities across the country.
HP: HP is Canada´s largest consumer electronics company.
It operates two main businesses: its main offices in Montreal and Ottawa, and its headquarters in Silicon Valley.
Dell: Dell has a presence in Canada, as its PC business has been in Canada since 1983.
Dell is a member of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CABS), and is also a member for the Canadian Society of Information Technology (CSIT).
Intel: Intel is Canada�s largest chipmaker.
Samsung: Samsung is a subsidiary of South Korea’s Samsung Group.
Lenovo, Dell and Samsung all have their own brands, and have more than 400 retail stores in Canada and abroad.
Sony: Sony is a leading manufacturer of audio products, including digital and home entertainment products.
Acer: Acer is one-third owned by Lenovo, and is a division of Lenovo.
Apple and IBM are Canada’s top three computer brands.
The other three are HP, Intel and Dell.
Tosu, Lenovo, Toshiba and IBM all have offices in Canada with offices in Ottawa.
Dell, Apple, HP, Dell, Tosu and Lenovo are Canadian-based technology companies.
Lenovo and Toshiba are Canadian business entities.