Global PC Market Outlook Databook: Market Assessment and Outlook of PC (Desktop, Notebook and Tablet) Sales by 47 Countries
China is the world largest market in terms of PCs sales. Like many other markets, PCs sales have been affected by COVID-19. We expect that smartphones will continue to cannibalise the PCs market around the world. The global desktop sales are on a downward trajectory, notebook revenue is climbing while tablets demand is getting out of steam.
In developing and emerging markets, government schemes are providing important opportunities for vendors. In matured markets, the desktop market will be severely affected retail consumers will opt for notebooks and tablets. There are still opportunities for desktops in the business segment, due to demand for high processing power.
The total PCs sales are expected to increase on the back of falling prices and replacement rates, despite high ownership diffusion rates in major markets. The global PC market is still a Windows-dominated market.
Global PC Market Outlook Databook provides key statistics on the global PC (desktop, notebook and tablet) industry. This Excel-based databook provides detained data on 47 leading countries in the PC market.
PC MARKET Data
- Desktop sales 2017-2025 (‘000 Units)
- Notebook sales 2017-2025 (‘000 Units)
- Tablet sales 2017-2025 (‘000 Units)
- Smartphone sales 2017-2025 (‘000 Units)
- Desktop Sales per 100 People (Units)
- Notebook Sales per 100 People (Units)
- Tablet Sales per 100 People (Units)
- Desktop market share in total PC sales (% Share)
- Notebook market share in total PC sales (% Share)
- Tablet market share in total PC sales (% Share)
WHY SHOULD YOU CONSULT THIS PRODUCT?
- Full coverage of the global PC market by desktop, notebook and tablets
- Covering 47 countries
- Sales in units terms
- Sales per 100 people
- Market share splits
- The sales outlook provide you with a clear view of where the market is heading
- All the data is available in excel so you can slice and dice it for your analysis
- We are completely independent and represent our own views