Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Gartner: Q4 PC shipments in Asia-Pacific region surged 32.6 percent year on year

February 17, according to market research firm Gartner data released Thursday by strong demand in China and India to promote the Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), the fourth-quarter PC shipments surged 32.6% year on year, but also to the whole year growth rate increased to 26.2%.

Gartner analyst Lillian Tay said in a statement: "The PC industry, this is no ordinary year. This rate of growth since 2000 has not occurred."

Gartner pointed out that as a whole, the region's PC shipments from the 33.1 million units in 2004 increased to 41.8 million units.

In 2005 the region's largest seller is China's Lenovo Group, the market share of 18.3% in 2004 increased to 18.7%. In 2005 to 1.25 billion acquisition of IBM PC assets, the company became the world's third-largest PC maker.

Hewlett-Packard is the second largest vendor in the region. Its market share from 2004 to 9.7% to 10.6%.

The third is located in Dell, it's market share in the region increased from 6.7% to 7.4%. Taiwan's Acer's market share from 4.4% to 5.6%, ranking fourth.

These large firms growing market share is small firms and the "white box" computer (no mark) manufacturer market share of the reduced price. This group from the 56.4% overall market share fell to 52.7%.

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