Global PC demand continues to surge during Q2 - IDC

Kelsey Rees
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Global PC demand continues to surge during Q2 - IDC

The market continues to trend upwards despite ongoing component shortages

The global PC market continues to grow during the second quarter of the year, despite component shortages and logistics issues. Figures from IDC found that global shipments grew 13.2 per cent from the second quarter of 2020, reaching 83.6 million units. "The PC market's hot streak continued to drive heavy investments from the supply side including the entry of new vendors as well as additional spend from underdogs," said Jitesh Ubrani, research manager for IDC's Mobile and Consumer Devi...

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