According to recent sources, the laptop market for the first quarter of 2021 has pummelled to a greater extent when compared to last year. Reports indicate that the laptop market share declined by 8.7% compared to the last quarter of 2020.
However, analysts believe that the second quarter of 2021 will bring in new buying orders as it is the time where we see an increase in the buying spree for remote learning and a new time for school beginning across all major markets.
Another reason for the decrease in sales could be that the increase in COVID cases in India is the world’s second-largest market for electronic gadgets.
Analysts claim that laptop shipments will reach 62 million for the second quarter, which is a 10% increase compared to quarter one of 2021. However, many industry experts believe that Apple will not perform up to mark during the second quarter of the year, as the Cupertino giant is busy with the new iMacs and iPad Pros.
Lenovo also could see fewer sales in the company’s sales this quarter as the education season is about close in japan during the second quarter. On the other hand, Dell will make a “brisk” trade from the North American enterprise and educational spaces. In contrast, Acer and Asus might do well out of the Chromebook and gaming sectors, respectively.
Finally, Samsung is likely to have a good 2Q2021 in this market, as it is now demonstrably taking it more seriously with its latest releases.