After two years of misery, global PC shipments have finally started to increase but only by the smallest of margins

After a couple of years of declining PC shipments, due to the pandemic boom ending and global increases in inflation, the industry has started to see a small increase in shipments compared to this time last year. While the gains are very small, just 1.5% more, the recovery is expected to continue throughout 2024, as new product launches from every major PC vendor will be promoting the year of the AI PC.

The good news was reported by the International Data Corporation (IDC), who regularly monitors shipments for its worldwide PC device tracking service. In the first three months of 2023, an estimated 58.9 million systems were shipped across the globe, whereas for the first quarter of this year, the figure is judged to be 59.8 million—an increase of 1.53%.

Originally posted by www.pcgamer.com

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