On April 15, the latest data released by canalys showed that in the first quarter of 2021,The global PC market continues to maintain a strong growth momentum, with the shipment of desktop and notebook computers (including workstations) surging 55% year-on-year to 82.7 million units. This is the best performance in the first quarter since 2012.
It is reported that the backlog of orders (especially laptops) in 2020 is a major driving factor, but as small businesses gradually start to recover, new demand is also a factor. The year-on-year volume of notebook computers and mobile workstations surged 79% to 67.8 million units.
SpecificallyLenovo continues to maintain its dominant position in the PC market, gaining 25% of the market share, with a year-on-year growth rate of 61% and a shipment volume of 20.4 million units.
In addition, thanks to the huge shipment of chromebook, HP ranked second, with a total shipment of 19.2 million units, a sharp increase of 64% over the first quarter of 2020.
Dell's market share declined compared with the fourth quarter of last year, but it still ranked third, with its annual shipment volume increasing by 23% to 12.9 million units.
Apple and Acer are the other two of the top five manufacturers, with 6.6 million units and 5.7 million units respectively, achieving the highest and second highest annual growth rates of 105.2% and 82.1% respectively.
In the first quarter of 2021, the five major manufacturers accounted for 78.5% of the total PC shipments.
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