Fast technology May 25, the current Chinese market computer landscape is also changing, the most obvious is Huawei on top, and Dell plummeted.
According to Canalys, overall PC shipments fell 24% year-on-year to 8.9 million units in Q1. Shipments of desktops (including desktop workstations) fell 28% to 2.8 million units, while shipments of laptops (including mobile workstations) fell 22% to 6.1 million units. Tablet shipments bucked the trend, with total shipments up 38 percent year on year to 6.5 million units.
Coming back to the vendors, the No. 1 spot was debut, but shipments fell 24% to 3.3 million units in the first quarter of 2023. Huawei was the biggest performer in the quarter, taking second place with a 34 percent increase in PC shipments to nearly 1 million units.
It was followed by Hewlett-Packard, which saw its shipments drop by 7 percent. In response to the performance, it reiterated that China is an important market for sales and manufacturing.
Of course, the worst is Dell, whose shipments plummeted 45 percent, ranking fourth, because of their behavior. According to previous sources, Dell's supply chain of desktop computers, laptops and peripheral products will be "de-sinicized" from 2025, and if there is a certain loss in the corresponding market by then, it will continue to squeeze their market share in China.
In the tablet market, Apple led the pack, more than doubling its shipments to 2.5 million units, while Huawei's tablet shipments rose 23 percent to 1.1 million units.
Honor and Xiaomi ranked third and fourth, with simultaneous growth rates of 66 percent and 13 percent, respectively. Lenovo ranked fifth, with shipments down 3%, the only one of the top five tablet makers to see a year-over-year decline.
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