“Consumer demand remains tepid at best as the segment continues to face economic headwinds.”
“Elevated channel and component inventory are once again dragging down the market.
“While inflation is devastating consumer markets, contributing to layoffs at B2C companies, enterprises continue to increase spending on digital-business initiatives…”
Demand remains a concern, as most users have relatively new PCs and the global economy worsens.
However, PC shipment volumes remain well above pre-pandemic levels.
Overall, most company share prices are close to what they were pre-pandemic, but there are two important exceptions.
The decline was worse than expected as supply and logistics further deteriorated due to lockdowns in China and persistent macroeconomic headwinds.
If printers targeted, Lexmark, with its more advanced model, might be big winner.
Worldwide tablet shipments reached 38.4 million units during the first quarter of 2022…
Despite continuing logistics, economic ,and political headwinds, North American IT sales through remained strong in the first quarter,
First-quarter 2022 shpments marks the seventh consecutive quarter where global shipments surpassed 80 million, a feat not seen since 2012.
However, IDC expects shortages will begin to ease by the end of the third quarter.
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