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Canalys: Worldwide PC market went up by 13 percent, Lenovo grows by 14.7 percent

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The overall PC market rose 13 percent year on year for Q2 of 2021, with a total of 82.3M units shipped globally.
Canalys: Worldwide PC market went up by 13 percent, Lenovo grows by 14.7 percent
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Lenovo and HP grabbed the top two spots in the market share

According to the Canalys report, the worldwide pc market was able to sustain its growth for Q2 2021. This product category covers desktop computers such as all-in-ones, towers, laptops, and Chromebooks.
Worldwide desktop, notebook, and workstation shipments (market share and annual growth)
Worldwide desktop, notebook, and workstation shipments (market share and annual growth)

Allegedly, the high demand for PCs can be attributed to the pandemic-driven urgency of consumers that is starting to diminish. Apart from that, the surge is mostly driven by commercial sales channels made by recovering businesses. Meanwhile, the supply issues are still problematic for the industry but backlogs are said to be reducing. 

For Q2 2021, Lenovo is leading among the brands with an increase of 14.7 percent YoY, shipped 20 million units so it has a market share of 24.3 percent. HP closely followed with a 22.6 market share and 2.8 percent YoY increase.

Dell landed the third spot with a 17 percent share and was able to ship 13.9 million units. Apple took fourth place in the PC market with a 7.8 market share and 6.4 million units shipped. Acer fell behind with a 7.3 market share with a total of 17.3 million units.

Canalys is anticipating that consumer sales will slow down while commercial sales may go up. In addition to this, there's a forecast that the PC Market will perform strongly next year due to Apple's M1's computers.

Reportedly, new updates for ChromeOS, macOS, and Windows 11 should continue to attract consumers.

What do you think?

Sources: Canalys
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