A customer looks at Samsung Electronics laptop computers at the company's flagship store in Seoul, South Korea. Global PC shipments in the third quarter were up 14.6 per cent year on year to 81.3 million units, according to IDC. Photo: Bloomberg A customer looks at Samsung Electronics laptop computers at the company's flagship store in Seoul, South Korea. Global PC shipments in the third quarter were up 14.6 per cent year on year to 81.3 million units, according to IDC. Photo: Bloomberg
A customer looks at Samsung Electronics laptop computers at the company's flagship store in Seoul, South Korea. Global PC shipments in the third quarter were up 14.6 per cent year on year to 81.3 million units, according to IDC. Photo: Bloomberg

HP: Covid-19 work-from-home trend breathes new life into laggard PC market

  • In a world where people now require a work-ready tech set up at home, PC makers are morphing into IT solution providers by leveraging AI and cloud computing
  • Global PC shipments in the third quarter were up 14.6 per cent year on year to 81.3 million units, according to IDC, which counts desktops, notebooks and workstations

Topic |   Lenovo
A customer looks at Samsung Electronics laptop computers at the company's flagship store in Seoul, South Korea. Global PC shipments in the third quarter were up 14.6 per cent year on year to 81.3 million units, according to IDC. Photo: Bloomberg A customer looks at Samsung Electronics laptop computers at the company's flagship store in Seoul, South Korea. Global PC shipments in the third quarter were up 14.6 per cent year on year to 81.3 million units, according to IDC. Photo: Bloomberg
A customer looks at Samsung Electronics laptop computers at the company's flagship store in Seoul, South Korea. Global PC shipments in the third quarter were up 14.6 per cent year on year to 81.3 million units, according to IDC. Photo: Bloomberg
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