Chromebook shipments recorded a 75 per cent on-year progress to hit 11.9 million models throughout the second quarter of 2021, outperforming different classes, based on Canalys knowledge. World PC market shipments, together with these of tablets, rose 10 per cent on 12 months to 121.7 million models. The expansion in cargo of tablets has began to plateau, nevertheless, as April-June noticed a mere 4 per cent annual progress to 39.1 million models.
HP continued to carry the highest spot in Chromebook shipments, clocking in gross sales of 4.3 million models and an annual progress fee of 116 per cent in Q2. Lenovo, in the meantime, shipped 2.6 million models — an 82 per cent annual progress. Acer notched an on-year progress of 83 per cent as Chromebook shipments crossed 1.8 million models. Dell and Samsung had been the opposite two producers within the high 5, with the American big the one firm to file a decline in shipments.
Nonetheless, the pill market witnessed a combined Q2. Whereas Apple shipped 14.2 million iPads to retain its place as market chief, its efficiency was flat. Samsung, then again, shipped 8 million models for an annual progress of 13.8 per cent. Among the many high 5, which additionally contains Amazon and Huawei, Lenovo clocked the very best progress with 78 per cent after transport 4.7 million models.
Lenovo additionally recorded a staggering 23 per cent annual progress within the general PC market of laptops, notebooks, desktops, and tablets, transport 24.7 million models. Apple consolidated its maintain on second place with a 5 per cent annual progress and shipments totalling 20.6 million models. With 18.6 million models, HP shipments recorded the slowest annual progress at 2.7 per cent. Dell and Samsung additionally retained their positions in a high 5 that was unchanged from Q1.
https://www.financialexpress.com/business/expertise/chromebook-shipments-record-75-annual-growth-in-q2-2021-hp-holds-top-spot-canalys/2300925/ | Chromebook shipments file 75% annual progress in Q2 2021, HP holds high spot: Canalys