HP Leads India PC Market Regardless of 8.8% Cargo Dip

The standard PC market in India, comprising desktops, notebooks, and workstations, grew 2.6% to 30.7 lakh models within the March quarter, market analysis agency Worldwide Information Company stated on Thursday.

HP led the non-public pc market with a 30.1% share regardless of an 8.8% decline in shipments.

The corporate’s PC cargo dropped to 9.23 lakh models through the quarter from 10.12 lakh a yr in the past.

Dell Applied sciences and Acer Group’s PC quantity shipments market share grew 28.8% every to 17.5 and 15.4%, respectively.

The market shares of Lenovo and Asus declined to fifteen.1 and 5.9%, respectively, through the reported quarter.

The share of Lenovo declined 1.3% to 4.64 lakh models from 4.7 lakh whereas that of Asus declined 8.3% to 1.82 lakh from 1.98 lakh on a year-on-year foundation.

“The PC market in India is dealing with challenges within the industrial phase as a result of decreased PC procurement from the IT and ITES sector and international accounts which historically drive important volumes,” IDC India Affiliate Vice President, Consumer Gadgets and IPDS, Navkendar Singh, stated.

The market is anticipated to begin recovering by the tip of 2024 with refresh shopping for from the enterprise phase, Singh stated.

In keeping with the Worldwide Information Company Worldwide Quarterly Private Computing System Tracker report, the desktop and workstation classes grew 10.1% and a couple of.7% year-on-year, respectively, and notebooks declined 1.7%.

Even with decreased demand for notebooks, premium notebooks (priced above $1,000) grew a wholesome 21%.

“The distributors have additionally fast-tracked the native meeting of economic notebooks, which is able to assist scale back the imports within the subsequent few quarters,” Singh stated.

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