Chromebook Shipments Grew 275 Percent in Q1, With HP Leading the Pack
Chromebook showed the most noteworthy development in shipments in the PC market around the world in the main quarter of this current year with 275% year-on-year (YoY) development, according to a report. The most recent information by statistical surveying firm Canalys shows that the PC market which incorporates work areas, Chromebooks, note pads, and tablets saw critical development in Q1 2021 with an aggregate of 122.1 million units sent. HP sent the most Chromebook models at around 4.3 million units giving it the most elevated portion of the overall industry. Lenovo was second in the rundown, trailed by Acer, Samsung, Dell, and different brands.
Chromebooks are PCs that run Chrome operating system and are intended for customary light undertakings like perusing the web, watching recordings, making and altering reports, and so forth The main quarter of this current year saw huge development in Chromebook shipments all around the world with a 274.6 percent (roughly 275%) development contrasted with a similar quarter of a year ago, as indicated by most recent information by Canalys. There were 12 million Chromebook models transported in the quarter. Then again, the journal market developed also with 62% YoY development.
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Tablet shipments of Chromebooks developed by 52% in similar quarter while work area shipments declined by 4%. Generally speaking, the PC market developed 53.1 percent YoY on account of an aggregate of 122.1 million unit shipments. This development in Chromebooks, tablets, and PC is from an ever increasing number of individuals acclimating to the distant working situation that has been forced because of the pandemic.
HP drives the accuse in Chromebook shipments of 4.3 million units and a 36.4 percent portion of the overall industry. Lenovo saw 3.1 million units dispatched and a 25.9 percent piece of the pie. Acer caught 11.9 percent of the market with its 1.4 million units delivered, Samsung with its 1.2 million units sent caught 10% of the piece of the pie, and Dell saw 8.4 percent portion of the overall industry with 1 million units dispatched.
Coming to tablet shipments, Apple was at the top with its 38.2 percent piece of the pie and 15.1 million units dispatched. Samsung and any remaining brands limp along Apple with Samsung catching 20.1 percent piece of the pie, Lenovo catching 9.5 percent, Amazon taking in 8.7 percent, Huawei took 5.4 percent, and different brands took the leftover 18% portion of the overall industry.