PC monitor shipments continue to grow strongly, according to IDC

The surge in PC monitor shipments related to the Covid-19 pandemic and isolation measures continues. This is the conclusion made by the specialists of the analytical company IDC, calculating that in the second quarter of 2021, more than 35 million monitors were shipped, which is 11.2% more than in the second quarter of 2020. The consumer segment was the driver of demand in the second quarter.

Analysts point out that supply growth has been limited by issues that have affected much of the electronics industry as a whole. We are talking about a lack of components, especially microcircuits. In addition, rising transport costs and logistics problems have resulted in additional delays in some markets. These factors led to some price increases as buyers sought to meet urgent demand and hedge against anticipated future deficits.

Dell continues to be the market leader. During the quarter, it shipped 18.6% more monitors than a year ago, which led to an increase in its share from 20.2% to 21.5%. In second place is Lenovo, which increased shipments by 35.2%. The market share of the Chinese manufacturer increased from 9.8% to 11.9% over the year. The third place is taken by TPV. She cut supplies by 24.5% over the year. The result was a decrease in the share of TPV from 15.6% to 10.6%. Next comes HP, which cut shipments by 21.5%. Its share decreased over the year from 14.3% to 10.1%.

And Samsung closes the top five. The South Korean manufacturer increased supplies by 41.5% over the year. As a result, its market presence increased from 7.9% to 10.1%.

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