PC sales continue to grow across the EMEA region, despite widespread concerns. computer Lack of components.
Latest PC shipments from IDC Markets in the European, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions claim to have grown 6.5% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2021.
According to analysts, companies around the world have begun to reopen following the worst of the pandemic, with 22.2 million units shipped during the period accepted by employees. Hybrid work Completely requires the purchase of a new device.
Hybrid working boom
Chinese giant Lenovo has regained top position from HP, recording 5.71 million shipments, gaining 25.8% market share during the quarter and growing 5.5% year-on-year.
HP accounted for 24.3% of the EMEA market with shipments of 5.38 million units, down 11.2% year-on-year, but still lagging behind. Dell (13.5% market share), Acer (9.6%) and ASUS (7.4%) have completed the top five vendors across EMEA.
Overall, desktop shipments increased 6.2% year-on-year, with IDC’s continued demand for blockade consoles and the demand of consumers who want to entertain themselves and interact online with friends. Contributes to recovery.
Sale of Notebook device It also grew 6.6% year-on-year, but fell slightly after double-digit growth for the fourth straight quarter.
Simon Thomas, a research analyst at IDC Western Europe Personal Computing Devices, said: “This, coupled with the partial relaxation of the blockade and the return to seasonality, has slowed the rapid growth seen in recent quarters.”
The company said its 2021 results were particularly encouraging, as the previous quarter was the first quarter driven by Covid-related demand. He added that desktop sales are expected to continue to grow for the rest of 2021 as companies are buying new devices for workers returning to the office.
Analysis: Returning to the office in the PC market
Reports of PC death seem to be highly exaggerated.
It’s interesting to note that more than a year has passed since the first pandemic surge in demand and the shift to telecommuting, and demand for desktop PCs in particular remains strong.
With more and more workers choosing a hybrid approach that combines office work and telecommuting, businesses of all sizes have all the kits their employees need to get the job done, regardless of cost. You need to make sure that you are.