Demand for pcs has been at a high level for more than a year. The idc market research team estimates that in the second quarter of 2021 manufacturers sold a total of around 84 million desktop computers, notebooks and workstations, as much as in the first quarter 2021. This in turn was 13.2 percent more than in early 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic has exploded the sales figures through home office and homeschooling. Also gaming pcs were and are needed.
Compared with the previous year, the numbers correspond to a sustained high growth: in the first quarter of 2020, 54 million pcs were sold worldwide. However, idc expects the demand to stabilize now, possibly with a slight racy.
Acer gets up
Lenovo returned to the highest market share of 23.9 percent over the past three months – the third quarter as a result of the company sold more than 20 million devices. The order of the funf large manufacturers worldwide remained fundamental, but acer picked up, during apple’s sales. Acer was only just behind apple – so short that idc sees both companies with a good 6 million selling in fourth place.
The fuf coasted pc manufacturers in the second quarter 2021. Lenovo claimed again in first place.
Dell continued to recover from the residue since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. At the beginning of 2020, the manufacturer still scratched at the 20 percent mark, but then dropped below 15 percent. In the second quarter of 2021, dell concluded to 16.7 percent market share. Hp has made it comfortable with 22.2 percent on the second rank.
Meanwhile, the share of smaller companies stayed at 22.5 percent – a high value compared to the time before corona. According to idc, niche models enjoy rising popularity.