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Total shipments for the top five notebook brands fell 5% month-on-month in August, according to DIGITIMES Research.

Total shipments from the world’s top five notebook brand vendors fell 5% month-on-month in August, down two months on continued contraction in demand as a result of a weak global economy and slower-than-expected digestion Consecutively decreased by more than 30% year-on-year. Figures from DIGITIMES Research’s latest Notebook Tracker include vendor channels and raw material inventories, vendors’ pessimistic outlook for the notebook market, and the impact of power regulations in China’s Sichuan province.

Lenovo remained the world’s largest notebook brand in August and was the only brand to see an increase in monthly shipments during the same period, thanks to its performance in emerging markets.

Hewlett-Packard (HP)’s August shipments fell 16% month-over-month on weak consumer demand from key markets. The company’s strategy of focusing on high-end products also impacted shipments, statistics show.

Dell’s performance is the weakest of the top three brands as its main market, the enterprise sector, began to experience a sharp decline.

Total shipments of the top three ODMs were down 10% in August from a month ago. Quanta shipped less than its competitors because it still had unsatisfied orders from when Shanghai was previously in lockdown.



https://www.digitimes.com/news/a20220919VL207/digitimes-research-notebook-pc-ce.html Total shipments for the top five notebook brands fell 5% month-on-month in August, according to DIGITIMES Research.

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