It may. But it also could just be another nail in its coffin. The Wintel PC has a limited life expectancy at this point. While it may not become completely irrelevant soon, I wouldn't be surprised if it got to the point sooner than later, where people will say things like they used to say about IBM and mainframes: "Did you know that Windows PCs aren't really dead? In fact, MS and Intel sell more of them now then ever!" ;) Of course, since everyone will have at least 5-10 personal computing ARM devices, it just won't seem like much. PCs will be relegated to things like offices to run legacy office applications while ARM (mostly android) devices will be used everywhere else. Children will grow up soon without being exposed to word docs, or other strange office proprietary formats, they will have no desire for a "legacy office" machine at home anymore.