According to IDC, more than 83.6 million PCs, including desktops, laptops and workstations, were shipped in the second quarter of 2021, showing a significant growth of 13.2%. Lenovo topped the IDC rankings with the highest sales.
The worldwide corona epidemic and quarantine situation over the past year has led to more users needing computer systems, and their sales continue to grow despite the market experiencing global chip shortages. However, it is not clear if this trend will continue this year and we will continue to see high demand for PCs.
According to a report published by IDCWith 20,005 million units sold and a market share of 23.9%, Lenovo was able to experience 14.9% growth over the same period in 2020 and take the lead in this season.
After Lenovo, HP is with a market share of 22.2% and a supply of 18.594 million units. The supply of HP computer systems in the second quarter of 2021 has increased by about 2.7 percent compared to the same period last year.
In third place is Dell, which with a supply of 13.976 million units and a market share of 16.7% compared to the second quarter of 2020 has experienced a growth of 16.4%.
The names of other manufacturing companies such as Apple and Acer can be seen in the next rows. Overall, the IDC report shows a 13.2% increase in supply in the second quarter of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020. Last year, the supply of computer systems in the same season was 78.879 million units.
An IDC researcher says that market demand has been growing over the past year and now the market situation seems to be changing. He believes that the new market signals show that the market demand has decreased to some extent compared to the trend of the past year.