Which computers do you prefer to buy?

Computers you can buy online are getting smaller and cheaper every day.

According to a new survey by computer hardware manufacturer iBuyPower, the majority of customers have moved away from computers that come in sizes that are too small.

iBuyPowers study shows that a majority of computer shoppers (57%) want to buy a smaller computer, with 32% of customers choosing a smaller desktop computer.

The survey also found that the majority (56%) of consumers (both men and women) are interested in buying an ultrabook, with a similar number of women (46%) and men (44%) looking for an ultracompact computer.

IBuyPOWER’s study of 1,200 computer buyers is based on a survey of 1-3,000 consumers from May 1 to May 6, 2017.

The study was conducted using a randomly selected sample of 1 to 3,000 U.S. consumers who are aged 18 or older, and have a household income of $75,000 or less.

A survey conducted by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) of 2,300 consumer respondents revealed that about one in five respondents would purchase a laptop, tablet, smartphone, or digital camera if they could find it on sale online.

The FTC survey found that 57% of respondents said they would buy a laptop if it came in a size smaller than a desktop computer, while 32% would prefer a laptop that was as small as a smartphone, tablet or computer.

About 20% of the respondents said that they would prefer to purchase a desktop or laptop computer that came in sizes smaller than 1-2″ (1.5-2.5 cm).

The survey also revealed that the number of people who would purchase one of these products was decreasing.

About 10% of all computer buyers (17% of women and 12% of men) said that their current computer would be the first computer they would purchase if it had a larger screen.