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Preliminary Global Notebook PC Shipments and Market Share: Q2 2022 Results

Report Summary:

Notebook PCs are starting to see new normal as pandemic demand and priorities shift from digitisation as higher inflation limits budgets in households and  economic challenges do the same for businesses. The Small and Medium enterprise customers are continuing to improve hybrid working options, while large enterprises and consumers are taking some financial precautions. Despite the new challenges around the notebook PC market, the sales and ASP are much better for all vendors compared to pre-COVID times and this trend will continue as customers are purchasing more premium products. 

Table of Contents

1. Title
2. Contents
3. Executive Summary - Depressed Consumer Demand Casts Shadow Over 2022 Notebook Market
4. Analysis
5. Charts
6. Pivot Table
7. Data - Notebook PC Shipments by Operating System
8. Data - Top Five Notebook PC Vendors by Shipments in the Latest Quarter
9. Definitions
10. Methodology
11. Country Coverage
12. How Can We Help You?
13. Contacts
14. Flat File

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