PC market continues to decline for the eighth consecutive quarter

Apr

13

2014

PC market continues to decline for the eighth consecutive quarter

 

Shipments of personal computers in the world the first three months of 2014, Anhfada For the eighth consecutive quarter, in spite of the companies to replace its old, according to two market research companies.

The research firm said, “IDC” Wednesday in a statement that shipments of personal computers fell during the first quarter of this year increased by 4.4 per cent compared to the same period last year, affected by the ongoing shift to Mstheclin toward smartphones and tablets.

The company was previously expected to witness the first quarter of 2014 decreased by 5.3 per cent.

On her part, the market research firm “Gartner” said PC shipments declined during the first three months of 2014 by 1.7 per cent.

According to both companies that shipments during the first quarter stalled in spite of the many companies around the world to replace the computers own another running versions of modern operating system “Windows”, before ending support for the operating system “Windows XP” which is done by the company, “Microsoft “the owner of the system last Tuesday.

The company has ruled out “IDC” to see a wave of transition to smart devices stopped, although the short-term impact they have on sales of personal computers may witness slowed with a high penetration of tablets. “ “It is possible to reach shipments of personal computers to stability, but there is no chance to grow again.”

In total, she said, “Gartner,” The first quarter saw the ship 76.6 million personal computer, while she said, “IDC” she spotted a charging device 73.4 million.

In terms of companies, ranked companies “Lenovo” and “HP” and “del” and “Acer” and “Asus” top five, respectively, in terms of the number of shipments during the first quarter of 2014.

PC market continues to decline for the eighth consecutive quarter

The “Gartner” that constitute the economic savings of great importance in the PC market, which is characterized as a large-sized little benefit, which forced large companies such as “Sony” to get out of it.

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