The shortcomings related to COVID continue to challenge PC makers.
Getting a new PC is more difficult this holiday season as supply chain problems continue to hamper the market. Figures shared by analysts today show that the shortage of components related to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant impact on computer supply as well as demand.
The third quarter of 2021 globally was the time for the growth of the PC market. to Canalys, which posted 5 percent from the third quarter of 2020, and IDC, which grew 3.9 percent. However, the United States actually experienced a decline. Canalys reported an annual decline of more than 9 percent (IDC did not disclose this number in its announcement). This was partly due to a lack of components that affected various parts, such as integrated circuits used in power management and Wi-Fi modules. Another contributor was that many Americans had already purchased a new computer by then. About the pandemic, Neha Mahajan, senior research analyst for Devices and Displays at IDC, said in a statement.
“The relative decline in PC costs has adjusted the US PC market today. However, it is clear that supply is lagging behind in key sectors with sub-normal inventories,” Mahan said.Advertising
Some PC makers are depriving mature markets such as the United States in favor of fast-growing markets.
Lenovo at the fore
IDC and Canalys found that in the third quarter of 2021, both IDC and Canalys found that Lenovo has shipped more computers than any other brand like HP, Dell and Apple respectively.According to analysts, Lenovo captured about 23 to 24 percent of the market share, followed by HP (about 20 to 21 percent), and Dell (about 18 percent) and then Apple (about 9 percent.) Reliance on Chromebooks hurts HP's growth, with its growth slowing dramatically (5.7% in the third quarter) as more students return to distance learning.< img alt = "Lenovo leads HP, Dell, Apple, etc." src = "https://safirsoft.com/picsbody/2110/10954-2.jpg" alt = "https://safirsoft.com Are you hoping to get a good PC? Hand for the holidays This pandemic may be difficult ">Lenovo in the category HP, Dell, Apple and others. IDC
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Are you hoping to get a new computer this holiday season? The pandemic may make it difficult
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