According to DIGITIMES Research, global AIO PC shipments fell 40% year-over-year in Q4 2022 and Q1 2023.
Global AIO PC shipments continued to plummet in Q4 2022, down 15% QoQ and 44% YoY to about 2 million units, according to DIGITIMES Research research on the AIO PC market at the time. -19 Pandemic.
Annual shipments of AIO PCs in 2022 are only three-quarters of what they were in 2021, reaching about 11 million units, and are expected to drop another 10% in the first quarter of 2023, down about 40% year-on-year. expected.
digitimes researchAIO PCs will account for less than 10% of global desktop shipments in the fourth quarter of 2022, down from the first quarter of 2022, according to figures from . Strong corporate demand supported sales. Shipment share is expected to drop further in Q1 2023 amid worsening conditions in the AIO PC market.
Market leader Hewlett-Packard (HP) and fourth-ranked brand Apple both saw shipments drop about 25% in the fourth quarter in a row. With high channel inventory levels, HP slowed shipments in the fourth quarter and made inventory digestion a priority.
Both the fact that demand for iMacs has been largely met in 2021 and the weakening demand for high-end AIO PCs due to the global economic slowdown have significantly weakened demand for Apple’s AIO PCs in the fourth quarter. Lenovo remained in his second place, and Dell remained in his third.
In terms of ODMs, Quanta Computer, a major AIO PC supplier to HP and Apple, continued to experience a significant drop in shipments in Q4, with its share of total Taiwan AIO PC shipments dropping to 34.4%.
The second-largest manufacturer, Compal Electronics, grabbed 17.6% share in the fourth quarter, while the third-largest, Wistron, saw a gradual increase in share, driven by Dell’s steady orders.
https://www.digitimes.com/news/a20230317VL204/aio-pc-digitimes-research-it+ce-pc-ce.html According to DIGITIMES Research, global AIO PC shipments fell 40% year-over-year in Q4 2022 and Q1 2023.