The Eemand generated by the coronavirus lockdown has pushed the Europe, Middle East and Africa traditional PC market to record its strongest growth for the last 22 years, the technology analyst firm IDC says.
Shipments of so-called traditional PCs in the Europe, Middle East and African markets in 2020 will be 72.2 million, a decline of 1% year-on-year, the global market intelligence firm IDC says, adding that the first half of 2020 would be better than the second, with growth of 1.6% year-on-year for the first quarter and no change in the second quarter year-on-year.
The PC market in Europe, the Middle East and Africa will move closer to stability this year as the end-of-life for Windows 7 approaches, the research firm IDC says, adding that PC shipments this year are expected to total 71.3 million units, a drop of 0.4% year-on-year.
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