According to the agency Canalys, 2008 has been very successful for the computer market in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). Throughout the year, the industry has shown a steady quarterly growth despite the global economic downturn. In the third quarter was sold at 27% more computers than in the same period last year. However, cash flow increased by 11%. The key engine of the steel market notebooks and netbuki, while desktop and server PCs showed growth of only a few percent. Total netbukov has sold over two million in one quarter, so the interest of producers in this segment is quite understandable. It is expected that in the fourth quarter, these figures will grow even more. Despite the popularity of Eee PC, the market leader in Company netbukov became Acer, sold 1, 1 million of these devices. Second place is ASUSTeK Computer (650 thousand). Overall, Taiwanese manufacturers have occupied 82% of the market netbukov in the region. The absolute market leader in EMEA has also been Acer, avoiding such a giant as Hewlett-Packard. Reinforced their positions and ASUS, the fourth position. With respect to projections for the fourth quarter, analysts believe that economic recession will still have an impact on the market for computers, but the grave consequences this will not result. The level of prices before the end of the year and in early 2009 will remain stable, although it may slightly increase.