HP maintained its lead within the total PC class in 2021 in India with over 1.3 million models shipped within the fourth quarter (This fall 2021), in keeping with a report by IDC. The seller reportedly loved a market share of 31.5 p.c and noticed its shipments develop by 58.7 p.c final 12 months. In the meantime, the PC market remained upbeat with distributors transport a formidable 14.8 million PC fashions in 2021, buoyed by distant working demand and higher provides. Pocket book computer systems noticed its shipments attain 11.6 million models and remained the principle quantity driver, whereas desktop computer systems grew 30 p.c year-on-year in comparison with 2020.
In line with a report by Worldwide Knowledge Company (IDC), whereas HP was the general market chief by way of PC shipments in India, Dell was in second place with 23.6 p.c market share because it shipped greater than 1 million models for s second consecutive quarter in This fall 2021. Dell led the enterprise phase with a share of 38 p.c, because of rising demand from IT and ITES (Data Know-how Enabled Companies) and the corporate’s international accounts, in keeping with the report.
Lenovo stayed put in third spot, each within the This fall 2021 and the calendar 12 months 2021, with a development of twenty-two.8 p.c year-on-year. Due to the demand from Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) phase, Lenovo was in second place, behind HP with a market share of 24.7 p.c, in keeping with IDC’s report, which states that constraints in provides impacting the corporate’s total shipments.
In fourth and fifth place had been Acer and Asus, each sustaining their positions with a market share of 8.2 and 5.9 p.c, respectively. Acer was one of many foremost beneficiaries of the restoration of the desktop class, in keeping with the report. It held the second place after HP within the industrial phase with a market share of 25.8 p.c, because of Acer’s established industrial desktop enterprise. In the meantime, Asus grew 36.1 p.c year-on-year in 2021, making inroads into the industrial phase with a whopping 227.2 p.c year-on-year development, in keeping with the IDC report.