A complete of four.5 million PCs have been shipped all the way through the quarter, making it India’s biggest-ever unmarried quarter. The Pocket book PCs proceed to dominate the total class with greater than 80% proportion. The endeavor and client call for made the class succeed in over 3 million devices. Then again, the desktop phase additionally maintained upward momentum and it grew by way of 30.5% within the 3rd quarter.
The economic phase additionally witnessed wholesome cargo expansion of 47.6% YoY in 3Q21. Distributors had massive backlog orders from enterprises and SMB purchasers from the previous few quarters.
Best 5 corporations within the India PC marketplace
HP maintained its lead within the total PC class because it reported the 3rd consecutive quarter with over one million shipments within the nation. It led each business and client segments with a 28.5% proportion within the total PC class. The second one place used to be retained by way of Dell with a 23.8% proportion within the total PC class. It additionally overtook Lenovo within the client phase to take 2nd position with a proportion of nineteen.2% in 3Q21.
The 3rd place used to be captured by way of Lenovo with an total proportion of 18.6% in 3Q21. Its shipments grew 19% YoY within the business phase as a result of a powerful efficiency within the SMB and endeavor segments. Acer and Asus occupied the fourth and 5th positions respectively. Acer captured an 8.6% marketplace proportion in 3Q21, whilst Asus grabbed a proportion of 8.5% in 3Q21.
Commenting at the outlook for upcoming quarters, Jaipal Singh, Analysis Supervisor, Shopper Gadgets, IDC India, mentioned, “After five straight quarters of annual growth, the consumer market is hinting demand softening as schools and colleges resume their physical classes. Brands have prioritized margins in last few quarters, however, to boost the penetration further, brands need to initiate new programs around affordability, awareness, and education to utilize the stimulus that pandemic has given to digital learning to plan their long-term growth.”