Gartner: 10th consecutive quarter of decline in PC sales

The problems of the PC market continued: now celebrate 10th consecutive quarter of declining sales. According to Gartner, in Q1 2017 PC sales globally have fallen by 2.4% new. Gartner believes that for the first three months of the year sold 62.2 million units, which means that for the first time since 2007 we celebrate 63 million in sales for the quarter. For Q1 2017 the largest PC companies Lenovo, HP, Dell, Asus, Apple and Acer, as they Asus and Acer have reported a serious decline, and the remaining growth was minimal.
Gartner explains that there is greater interest in the business segment of the PC market, but it is offset by the decline in demand in consumer equipment. Companies still replace their computers because they are the basic operating systems, while end users or have refused to upgrade or all turned their backs on the computer. "There are various factors that determine this steady decline, but one remains valid for each quarter: PC-it just does not look as much as ever," said research firm.

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