Today, IDC released the PC shipment data of Q4 in 2019 and the whole year. In 2019, the global PC shipment of Q4 reached 71.8 million units, a new high in the past four years. The global PC market also began to pick up, with a year-on-year growth of 2.7%. This is the first annual growth since 2011, marking the end of the seven-year market contraction.
Combined with the specific data, Lenovo, as the leader of the PC industry, continues to take the lead. In Q4 of 2019, Lenovo’s shipment reached 17.83 million units, accounting for 24.8% of the market, ranking first. Its annual shipment volume reached 64.76 million units, accounting for 24.3% of the global market share, with a year-on-year growth of 8.2%. While maintaining the first market share, the growth rate is also very high. Compared with other manufacturers, it has a strong growth momentum.
The other top five companies are HP, Dell, apple and Acer. Except for the top three brand manufacturers, the market share of other manufacturers has declined to a certain extent, but it does not affect the overall growth momentum.
In addition, some interesting data are mentioned in the report.
For example, although Lenovo is growing rapidly, its growth momentum in the Asia Pacific region is far less obvious than that in other regions. In addition, although the commercial PC market in the Asia Pacific region is weak, the overall PC shipment growth level in the Asia Pacific region is still higher than expected. One of the reasons is the impact of the double ten one promotional activities, and the significant increase of notebook computer shipment volume, which promotes the rise of the overall data.