The current pandemic era has brought forth tremendous changes in how we see and use technology. With the demands for high-end machines increasing, tech industries across the world have seen huge business growth in the market. But the sales of the PC and Notebooks were at a halt for quite some time now.
Well, there are many reasons for that. From OEMs trying to adopt to intel’s latest Evo platform criteria to the shockwaves sent across the tech industry by the semiconductor wars. Notebook supply has been falling short to meet the demands.
But things have finally picked up tracks.
The technology analyst firm Canalys reports that computer manufacturers have shipped a whooping of 79 million personal computers in the third quarter of 2020. Which is 13% uptick of year-over-year supply. The leading supplier among this however is Lenovo.
The report also stated that Acer shipped 5.6 million units in the last quarter and gained over a 15% increase from its year-ago quarter.
But the leader board rank 1 Lenovo has shipped the most units in the third quarter. With a whopping sales of 19.3 million devices, the company saw an increase of an 11 percent increase from last year. It followed closely by HP with 18.6 million sales and a 12 percent year-over-year uptick.
The PC manufacturer Dell shipped 11.9 million units in the third quarter but suffered a decrease of 0.5% from the year prior. The Cupertino giant, on the other hand, has shipped 6.3 million units with an increase of 13.2%.
He demand for high-performing desktops and laptops is increasing in the market. With people spending thousands of dollars just to upgrade their rig. The sudden increase in people working from home amidst the pandemic has only boosted the demand for high performing systems. The manufacturers have to keep up with these demands as the curve will only keep rising up.
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