Following the latest Global PC market growth analysis by the world’s leading technology market analyst, Canalys. Lenovo has been ranked the top global desktop and notebook computer shipment in the third quarter of 2022, followed by HP and Dell, respectively. Lenovo maintained its leading position in the global PC market but fell 16% year-on-year to 16.9 million units.
Canalys Market Analysis
According to Canalys’s latest ranking, the third quarter saw a dramatic decline in demand for Canalys’s worldwide. As corporations became more conservative with their IT investment, total desktop and notebook PC shipments decreased 18% to 69.4 million units, exacerbating the already dismal consumer and education sectors.
The momentum in the PC market has been muted by unfavorable macroeconomic and industry variables, which are anticipated to continue through 2023. These concerns include high inflation, rising borrowing rates, and channel inventory bloat.
The biggest decline in shipment was in laptops, which fell by 19% to 547,000 units shipped. Due to decreased reliance on consumer spending, desktop shipments were stronger than expected, falling 11% year over year to a total of 14.7 million units.
Lenovo Top Global PC Market
Despite a 16% year-over-year decline to 16.9 million units, Lenovo continued to hold the top spot in the global PC market in terms of rankings. HP experienced the greatest decline among the top five vendors for the second straight quarter, shipping 12.7 million units, down 28% year over year. In the first quarter of 2020, both Lenovo and HP reported their lowest shipment levels since the epidemic.
Apple’s quarterly statistics surpassed competitors as it filled second-quarter orders that were delayed by supply difficulties and introduced the new M2 Macbooks. Dell retained the third place on the list and suffered a steep dip in shipments of 21% to just under 12 million units. With 8 million devices shipped, it came in fourth place, up 2% from the previous year. ASUS completed out of the top five with 5.5 million units shipped, down 8% from the previous year.