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PC shipments have fallen 5.1% during the first quarter of 2022

Despite the pandemic and all the complications with logistics since it began, shipments of PCs have increased over the last two years. According to the latest IDC report, this first quarter of 2022 has been the first that has decreased by just over 5%and still they have managed to send 80.5 million PCs between desktops, laptops and servers in these first three months of 2022. Thus there are already 7 consecutive quarters exceeding 80 million units sent, something that has not been repeated since 2012.

The top sellers remain unchanged on the list. The first place is occupied by Lenovo with a 22.7% share, followed by HP, Dell, Apple, Asus and Acer, the latter two tied for fifth position. The computers laptops have suffered a slight drop in sales, while Desktop PCs have increased their share slightly. This volume of 80.5 million for a first quarter is close to record numbers to be the first quarter of the year.

This slight decrease is normal after 2 years of growth even with difficulties in the supply and shipping chain. Demand for consumer PCs remains strong and will slowly recover.

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