More specifically, U.S. shipments of new PCs, including here desktops, notebooks, and workstations, went down by no less than 12 percent. Notebooks were the ones taking the biggest hit, as their sales dropped by 14 percent.
The data, which is compared to the same quarter a year ago, shows that the PC market is struggling not only with saturation, which pretty much makes sense after the massive growth recorded in 2020 and 2021, but also with inflation.
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“The US PC market was already in an extended period of contraction as both consumer and education demand struggled with inflation and saturation,” said Brian Lynch, Canalys Research Analyst.
“Now, the previously resilient c… (read more)
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