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Lenovo leads dismal PC shipments market
PC shipments continue to decline, with the only hopes for improvement dependent on commercial replacements and economic stability, according to IDC.
EXCLUSIVE: IDC NZ outlines the year ahead for PC market
The New Zealand PC market is expected to see a further decline this year, but that's not not necessarily all bad for the channel.
Changing consumer habits damaging PC sales
"The PC market is still in the middle of structural change, which will reduce the PC installed base in the next few years."
2015 not so great for PC market as shipments plunge
The PC market continued its downward trajectory in 2015, with mobiles, tablets and Windows 10 contributing to the decline.
Return to growth in PC shipments forecast
The brakes are expected to start coming off PC spending in the later half of next year, with IDC predicting a return to growth in PC shipments.
PC market declines for fourth quarter, but two-in-ones up 77%
Two-in-ones saw a 77% year on year increase in shipments in Q3 at a time when the overall PC market dropped 14% and tablets were down 20%.
Q3 PC shipments: Who won, who lost?
The latest PC shipment reports are out. So which vendors were winners - and which were losers?
Light at the end of the tunnel after gloomy year for PC sales
While the latest PC shipment data from IDC and Gartner makes for gloomy reading, both analyst firms believe there is light at the end of the tunnel.
PC market decline expected to continue until 2017
PC shipments are set to continue their downward trajectory through 2016 according to IDC’s latest Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker.
NZ mirroring global PC market in downward trajectory
PC shipments are set to continue their downward trajectory through 2016 according to the latest report from IDC, and the New Zealand news is no better
PCs: Slow and steady growth in 2016, but first a slump
PC shipments have seen their steepest decline in nearly two years, plummeting 9.5%, but Gartner says the market will return to steady growth in 2016.