As of this year, personal computers no longer consume the majority of the world’s memory chip supply.
via It’s Official: The Era of the Personal Computer Is Over. – Arik Hesseldahl – News – AllThingsD.
During that period, PCs accounted for the consumption of 49 percent of DRAM produced around the world, down from 50.2 percent in the first quarter of the year. The share of these chips going into PCs — both desktop and notebooks — has been hovering at or near 55 percent since early 2008, IHS says.