Computer industry pointer reversed
The widespread use of smartphones or mobile devices has reduced the interest in computers and the need for the day. Of course, there is no need to argue that computers are still an indispensable part of our lives.
While video editing and gaming can be done with mobile devices, the experience on the computer side is much higher. So, even in the smart phone industry, turbulence, while the computer industry, how is the situation?
According to a report by research company Gartner, computer sales worldwide rose by 1.1 percent in the third quarter of 2019 compared to the same period of the previous year. 67 million shipments were made in the third quarter of 2018, while 68 million computer shipments were made this year.
Lenovo is at the top as the most selling brand. Following are HP and Dell, while the market share is below 10 percent: Apple, Acer and Asus
In terms of brands, sales of Lenovo, HP, Dell and Acer are now higher than last year. However, graphics in other brands like Apple and Samsung have gone down. It should be noted that these values belong to desktop and laptop computers.
Chromebooks and iPads are not included in this research. The biggest challenge for computer manufacturers was the lack of Intel processors. AMD and Qualcomm also took advantage of this opportunity to take action to fill the gap.
While the decline in the price of RAM and SSDs contributed to the revival of the industry, it played an important role in PC sales thanks to its experience in Windows 10.