Personal Computers Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Personal Computers Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Personal Computer Manufacturing

    ... the PC market is driven by technological advances, disposable income in the consumer market, and corporate spending cycles. The profitability of individual companies depends on supply chain efficiency and ancillary products and services. Large companies ... Read More

  • PC Business Products November 2020

    ... on software, hardware, supplies and services for individuals and companies who use PCs in business applications. It contains detailed product information, prices, and evaluations to help PC users select products that will meet their needs. Read More

  • Computer & Office Equipment Wholesalers

    ... Ingram Micro (owned by China's HNA Group), ScanSource, Tech Data, and divisions of diversified electronics distributors such as Arrow Electronics and Avnet. Major companies based outside the US include ALSO (Switzerland), Digital China, Esprinet (Italy), ... Read More

  • Computer Manufacturing

    ... equipment, including storage devices, terminals, and input/output devices such as printers, monitors, and keyboards. Major companies include US-based Apple, Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HP, and IBM, as well as ASUS (Taiwan), Canon (Japan), and ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Chile

    ... increasing the importance of e-commerce and especially of the now traditional online sales events such as Cyber Monday and Black Friday, which are key dates for the sales of computer and peripherals. Chileans wait for ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Singapore

    ... to a decline of only 2% in 2020. This is being led by the shift towards working from home and also towards home based learning as consumers invest in setting up or upgrading their home ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Austria

    ... were provided with a new one by their employers for means of working from home. Quarantine also strengthened business trends towards more flexible working solutions, eg flexible work spaces, which have benefited sales of laptops ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Morocco

    ... and desktops mainly related to gaming, but this was insufficient to offset the negative performances elsewhere, and the overall decline in the category. The B2C segment saw continued negative growth in 2020, maintaining the trend ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Hungary

    ... of 2019 and the start of 2020. New computers with Windows 10, however, have seen an increase in sales. Demand for computers and peripherals started to grow strongly in March 2020 with the switch to ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in South Korea

    ... value growth, heavily influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic. With many students and office workers in isolation in their homes, they have therefore been using an online education system or working at home, as recommended by ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Vietnam

    ... peripherals as working from home became common owing to the country’s social isolation guidelines. Moreover, the Ministry of Education and Training required that children continued to study online at home while schools were closed, leading ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Mexico

    ... of the factors driving sales being the higher number of people working from home. Home working was already increasingly strongly before COVID-19. This was due to the rising amount of traffic, and more companies with ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Poland

    ... that were experiencing sustained or increased demand. Some of the most popular printers were unavailable, for example, or sold with a higher price tag. The disruptions were present in the first half of 2020, with ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Colombia

    ... the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020. This is presenting a major boost to laptops during the pandemic after the steep declines witnessed throughout the review period. Euromonitor International's Computers and Peripherals in Colombia report offers a ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Germany

    ... a “new normal” – home schooling and working from home. Germany, which is known for its relatively reluctant adoption of the digitised world, had to suddenly prepare for this from one moment to the next. ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Israel

    ... laptops appealed to a growing number of consumers, particularly given the increased number of people working from home as a result of the pandemic. Laptops offer functionality, while having minimal impact on the home environment. ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Egypt

    ... in Egypt. Increasing pressure on disposable incomes due to employment concerns resulted in greater discretionary spending, with many Egyptians prioritising essential goods and services including groceries and medicine. The early closure of manufacturing plants in ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Egypt

    ... convenience that these devices offered. However, a continual rise in unit prices in 2019 due to import tariffs on a wide range of products, including electronic devices, made it an increasingly difficult environment for leading ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Greece

    ... the country’s prolonged economic crisis. Due to budgetary constraints many consumers are choosing to keep their existing computers for longer, and only make replacement purchases when they are beyond repair. This behaviour is reinforced by ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Australia

    ... months. This resulted in an increase in retail volume sales of products such as laptops and monitors, with several stores, such as Officeworks, running out of stock. This spike in retail volume sales of these ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in the United Arab Emirates

    ... in 2020. Educational institutions, private and government organisations implemented distance learning and working, as a way to battle the pandemic. Therefore, home seclusion led to an increase in sales of tablets and laptops, especially in ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in the Czech Republic

    ... likely to be little changed from prior year. Although there were store closures early in the year which limited access to various items, this has been offset somewhat by more consumers going online to purchase ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in the Czech Republic

    ... due first to quarantine requirements in the early months of the year and then subsequently due to consumers’ wariness to gather and mingle with others outside their homes. Indeed, consumers are working at home more ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Romania

    ... sales are predicted to continue to decline over 2020 as a whole, sales of computers and peripherals improved as lockdown saw a shift to remote working and studying. As non-essential retailers closed during lock down, ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Ukraine

    ... plan this purchase in advance, the budget segment of laptops boomed in the year. Convertible laptops became increasingly popular, particularly amongst students and teachers, and more businesses are also starting to use them. Producers have ... Read More

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