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Global PC sales fell in the third quarter, and growth shrank to single digits

Global PC sales fell in the third quarter, and growth shrank to single digits

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a wave of remote work and study, driving personal computer sales. However, the latest survey report shows that the global PC sales boom seems to be fading. The reasons include chip shortages and supply chain problems, which make the PC industry difficult to cope with and inhibit the benefits brought by the earlier economy. MarketWatch and other foreign media reported that the market research company IDC released the latest report that the global PC market (including laptops, desktops and workstations) will continue to grow in the third quarter of 2021, with total shipments increasing by 3.9% over the same period in 2020, reaching 86.7 million Taiwan has shown an increase for six consecutive quarters, but it has seen a single-digit increase for the first time since the COVID-19 epidemic. DC research manager Jitesh Ubrani said, “The PC industry continues to face obstacles in the supply chain and logistics. Unfortunately, the above problems have not seen significant improvement in recent months.” Observing the performance of individual brands, only Dell and Apple 's sales growth is higher than the market average. Among them, Dell's global shipments increased by 26.6% annually to 15.18 million units, and Apple's Mac shipments were 7.645 million units, an annual increase of 9.9%. Lenovo global shipments increased by 3.1% annually to 19.77 million units, HP decreased by 5.8% annually to 17.59 million units, Taiwanese Acer and Asustek tied for fifth, with annual growth of 3.6% and 1.4% to 6 million, respectively Taiwan, 5.982 million units.
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