Notebook PC shipments record growth rate of over 80% in the first quarter of 2021
number of PC shipments in 2021 has recovered significantly due to the worldwide demand for remote work and online lessons. A report from research firm Strategy Analytics recently released shows that laptop shipments in the first quarter of 2021 recorded a year-on-year growth rate of over 80%. In particular, Apple and Acer have almost doubled their growth rate to 94%.
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Strategy Analytics: Notebook PC Delivered Strong Q1 2021 as Hybrid Work Model Emerges | Strategy Analytics
According to Strategy Analytics, Lenovo shipped the most laptops in the first quarter of 2021, at 16.3 million units. With 8.9 million units in the same period last year, the growth rate was 84%. The second-placed HP is 15.4 million units, with a growth rate of 91%. Dell in 3rd place is 10 million units, and the growth rate is low at 37%. Apple in 4th place was 5.7 million units, and Acer in 5th place was 4.9 million units, both with a growth rate of 94%. Overall, shipments were 68.2 million units, with a growth rate of 81%.
Looking at the market share, Lenovo, which is ranked first, increased slightly by 23.9%, and HP, which ranked second, increased by 22.6%. Dell was 14.6%, down nearly 5 points from 19.2% in the year-ago quarter.
Shipments by OS are also reported. Windows shipped the most to 49.8 million units, with a year-on-year growth rate of 66%. Second place is Chrome with 12.1 million units, with a growth rate of 174%. MacOS was 5.7 million units and the growth rate was 94%.
Share was slightly down at 73% for Windows, up 6 points at 17.7% for Chrome, and up slightly at 8.4% for macOS.
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