Global PC Shipments Have Dropped by 28% In Q1 of This Year

April 18, 2023

According to the latest report from market research firm Counterpoint Research, global personal computer (PC) shipments in the first quarter of 2023 reached 56.7 million units, representing a 28% year-on-year decline. This marks the lowest first-quarter shipment volume in the past 10 years.

Global PC shipments

The report indicates that PC manufacturers are still destocking, but analysts expect a significant improvement in the second quarter of 2023. Experts project that the demand for PCs will gradually recover in the second half of 2023, and they estimate a double-digit decline in full-year shipments.

In terms of brand segmentation, Lenovo remains the largest PC supplier in the world in the first quarter of 2023, with a shipment volume of 12.8 million units and a market share of 23%.

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HP retains its second position with a market share of 21%, while Dell’s global market share reached 17% due to better-than-expected performance in the US market, placing it third. Apple’s shipment volume was 4.4 million units, greatly impacted by a year-on-year decline of 38%.

For more details, please refer to Gizcoupon’s attached report: “Q1 2023 Global PC Shipments Mark Another Quarterly Decline, Gradual Recovery Expected in H2

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