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Lenovo sells more than 15 million PCs in the second quarter of this year, Sunday, July 14, 2019, 6:19
Lenovo, the leading PC maker in China, took over the world market for PCs in the second quarter of this year.
Lenovo's market share reached 25%, with shipments of 15.77 million units, followed by HP with 22.2%, Dell with 16.9% and Apple with 5.9%, the company reports.
Lenovo also achieved the fastest year-on-year growth of 15.9% and the largest share in the shares among the largest sellers.
According to Chinese news, Xinhua News, growth is partly due to the recent Windows 10 update and the reduction of Intel's lack of processor, which has had a negative impact on the sale of personal computers in the past 18 months.
This increase was also caused by a trade dispute between the United States and China, and analysts emphasized that "the increase in prices has caused some computer manufacturers to overturn the surplus of desktops and laptops and thus artificially support the market in the second quarter."
According to Gartner, the global PC market after the two quarters of the decline in the second quarter of 2019 increased by 1.5%, with the volume of PC shipments amounting to 63 million, which is 62 million more than the year before.
The company also reported a resurgence in the PC market in Europe and the Middle East, while shipments in Latin America declined.
It also drew attention to the slight decline in PC shipments in the Asia-Pacific market, mainly due to the weak market in China.
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