Experts of the analytical company IDC have summed up the results of the second quarter in the market of “traditional PCs” and published a corresponding report. They estimate that 83.6 million desktops, laptops and workstations were shipped worldwide in the three months from April to June. This is 13.2% more than in the second quarter of 2020. Analysts point out that the supply volume was limited by the lack of components. To a greater extent, the shortage affected laptops, so they gave way to desktop PCs in terms of growth.

The PC market grew by 13.2% over the year, desktop systems outpaced laptops in terms of growth

Lenovo is named the market leader. Having shipped 20.005 million computers, which is 14.9% more than in the second quarter of last year, when 17.407 million computers were shipped, it was able to increase its share from 23.6% to 23.9%.

Second place belongs to HP. It also increased supplies, but only by 2.7% – from 18.104 to 18.596 million units. It is easy to understand that the result was a decrease in the share from 24.5% to 22.2%.

Dell ranks third. This manufacturer increased supplies by 16.4%, as a result of which its share increased from 16.3% to 16.7%.

The top five are closed by Apple and Acer Group, but, so to speak, they are moving in opposite directions. If Acer Group managed to increase shipments by 17.6% over the year, which led to an increase in its share from 7.0% to 7.3%, then Apple increased shipments by only 9.4%. This figure is less than the general market, so Apple’s share decreased from 7.6% to 7.4%.

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