The table gives data on the global market share of notebook computer companies at two consecutive times: 2006 and 2007.

Overall, HP led the notebook computer market in both years, while Toshiba, Lenovo and Fujutsu-Siemens kept the smallest share shown on the table.

HP were clearly ahead in terms of selling their notebook computers for two years, with 31.4% of the total in 2006 and slight more (34%) in 2007. This is a greater market share than their two closet competitors, Dell and Acer, added together. Dell increased their market share from 16.6% to 20.2%. By contrast, there was an insignificant decline in Acer’s share of the market by 0.9%.

The other companies which were list on the table had a much smaller share of the computer market. Between 2006 and 2007, the market share of Toshiba grew from 6.2% to 7.3%; meanwhile, Lenovo’s decreased inconsiderably and Fujutsu-Siemens’ more than halved from 4.8% to only 2.3%. Besides that, other notebook computer manufacturers accounted for 22.8% of the total in 2006 – more than all the companies mentioned except HP, but they made up 19.3% of the total sales of notebook computer in the following year.

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The table gives data on the global market share of notebook computer companies in two consecutive years: 2006 and 2007.

Overall, HP led the notebook computer market in both years, while Toshiba, Lenovo and Fujutsu-Siemens had the smallest share shown on the table.

HP were clearly ahead in terms of selling their notebook computers for two years, with 31.4% of the total in 2006 and slight more (34%) in 2007. This is a greater market share than their two closet competitors, Dell and Acer, added together. Dell increased their market share from 16.6% to 20.2%. By contrast, there was an insignificant decline in Acer’s share of the market by 0.9%.

The other companies which were list on the table had a much smaller share of this the computer market. Between 2006 and 2007, the market share of Toshiba grew from 6.2% to 7.3%; meanwhile, Lenovo’s decreased inconsiderably and Fujutsu-Siemens’ more than halved from 4.8% to only 2.3%. Besides that, other notebook computer manufacturers accounted for 22.8% of the total in 2006 – more than all the companies mentioned except HP, but they made up 19.3% of the total sales of notebook computer in the following year.

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The table gives data on the global market share of notebook computer companies in two consecutive years: 2006 and 2007.

Overall, HP led the notebook computer market in both years, while Toshiba, Lenovo and Fujutsu-Siemens kept the smallest shares shown on the table.

HP were clearly ahead in terms of selling their notebook computers, with 31.4% of the total in 2006 and slight more (34%) in 2007. This is a greater market share than their two closest competitors, Dell and Acer, added together. Dell increased their market share from 16.6% to 20.2%. By contrast, there was an insignificant decline in Acer’s share of the market by 0.9%.

The other companies which were listed on the table had a much smaller share of this market. Between 2006 and 2007, the market share of Toshiba grew from 6.2% to 7.3%; meanwhile, Lenovo’s decreased insignificantly and Fujutsu-Siemens’ more than halved from 4.8% to only 2.3%. Besides that, other notebook computer manufacturers accounted for 22.8% of the total in 2006 – more than all the companies mentioned except HP, but they made up 19.3% of the total sales of notebook computer in the following year.

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The table gives data on the global market share of notebook computer companies in two consecutive years: 2006 and 2007.

Overall, HP led the notebook computer market in both years, while Toshiba, Lenovo and Fujutsu-Siemens kept were the the weakest competitors, each having far less than a ten percent market share.

HP were clearly ahead in terms of selling their notebook computers, with 31.4% of the total in 2006 and slightly more (34%) in 2007. This is a greater market share than their two closest competitors, Dell and Acer, combined. added together. Dell increased their market share from 16.6% to 20.2%. By contrast, there was an insignificant decline of 0.9%. in Acer’s share of the market. These three companies maintained their relative positions as the top three competitors in 2006 and 2007. (This is a transition sentence for your next paragraph. It greatly improves the flow of ideas. "These three companies... the other companies...")

The other companies (You can omit the helping verb and the relative pronoun. It reads better as a non-finite clause. which were listed on the table had a much smaller share of this market. Between 2006 and 2007, the market share of Toshiba grew from 6.2% to 7.3%; meanwhile, Lenovo’s decreased insignificantly and Fujutsu-Siemens’ more than halved from 4.8% to only 2.3%. Besides that, other notebook computer manufacturers accounted for 22.8% of the total in 2006 – more than (You cannot say "all" because that means the total, which was a lot more than 23%) any of the companies mentioned (Mention usually refers to a verbal, not written, expression) named explicitly except HP, but they made up 19.3% of the total sales of notebook computer in the following year.

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