The global health issue has generated massive demand for personal computers, especially as a significant number of employees were forced to work remotely.
As a result, the traditional PC recorded a recovery that almost nobody expected to happen, especially as this particular type of device lost ground substantially in the last decade.
2020 and 2021 therefore brought massive sales for personal computers, with a report from IDC revealing that last year, device manufacturers out there sold no less than 348.8 million units.
This is up no less than 14.8 percent from the previous year when PC sales already skyrocketed.
Lenovo still the king of PCs
The analysis published by IDC reveals that Lenovo was the king of PCs last year with 81.9 million sold units and a growth of 14.1 percent over 2020. HP was second with 74.1 million units, followed by Dell, Apple, and Acer. Out of all compa… (read more)