In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, plenty of folks needed to buy computers — but they might’ve had a hard time getting one. Now, according to at least one market analysis firm, that problem is resolving itself.
Canalys released its third quarter personal computer sales report on Friday with some welcome news for companies like Lenovo and Acer: People are getting PCs again. To be specific, 79.2 million units were shipped globally for a 12.7 percent year-over-year increase from the same period in 2019.
Lenovo led the pack with more than 19 million units shipped, while HP came in just behind with with 18.6 million shipments. Dell was in a somewhat distant third place with 11 million units and nobody else crossed the 10 million unit threshold. Read more…
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