Laptop sales rose 26% last year, predicting this trend will continue this year

Laptop sales rose 26% last year, predicting this trend will continue this year – VnReview


Statistics show that sales of laptops (laptops) will grow 26% in 2020. Experts predict this trend will continue this year.

According to the GSMArena, by 2020, 201 million laptops and 157 million desktops were sold worldwide. In 2016, laptop sales reached 156.8 million units, but the market has recovered and grown again over the years. In contrast, desktop sales continued to decline for the 10th year in a row.

Aksje Bloggen predicts laptop sales will reach around 225 million this year. IDC believes that by 2023, laptop sales will reach 216 million units.

Meanwhile, according to Canalys statistics, laptop sales in 2020 will be 235.1 million units, desktop computers are more than 61.9 million units. Here are the sales statistics of laptops, desktops that Canalys made over the years:

Laptop sales rose 26% last year, predicting this trend will continue this year

The outbreak of the covid epidemic is the reason why the demand for laptops will soar in 2020. As a result, global laptop sales have increased 26% from a year earlier. Lenovo is the largest company and controls a quarter of the market with 72.7 million sales. Followed by HP (67.6 million) and Dell (50.3 million).

Revenue from the laptop market in 2020 will increase to 140.3 billion USD (an increase of 4.6 billion USD compared to 2019). Experts believe that revenue from the global laptop market this year will reach 142.1 billion USD. The US will remain the largest market, accounting for about $ 36.1 billion in revenue, followed by China ($ 19.6 billion) and Japan ($ 9.8 billion).

Laptop sales rose 26% last year, predicting this trend will continue this year

As for desktop computers, only 79 million were sold last year. By 2021, this market’s downtrend is predicted to continue. According to experts, by 2024, global desktop sales may drop to 73 million units.

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