The pandemic helped them: Even the chip crisis could not stop sales, the computer industry laughed!

The computer industry is experiencing its golden age, so to speak, with the pandemic. When the distance education and home working systems, which were passed with the effect of the pandemic, increased the need for computers, a leap took place in the computer industry. New reports reveal the growth experienced in 2021.

SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN COMPUTER SHIPMENTS

According to Gartner, approximately 340 million computers were shipped in 2021. This represents an increase of about 10 percent over figures in 2020.

HIGHEST SINCE 2012

According to IDC, this figure is 348.8 million, an increase of about 15 percent. The company describes this number as “the highest level of shipments the PC market has seen since 2012.”

Gartner says worldwide PC shipments decreased by 5 percent in the fourth quarter of 2021, but grew by about 10 percent year-over-year.

TOP THREE NAMES IN THE COMPUTER INDUSTRY

In addition, both companies ranked Lenovo, HP and Dell as the top three vendors in the worldwide PC market in the fourth quarter of 2021. Apple comes right after Dell.

CORONAVIRUS REVIEW THE INDUSTRY

Undoubtedly, the demand for computers has increased due to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) pandemic. The bans imposed throughout the pandemic, the adoption of work-from-home systems and distance learning processes have encouraged people to buy a computer. This enabled the PC market to revive for two years. However, we may see a decline in the coming years.

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