Nevertheless, as people around the world try to meet the new reality, PC sales have started to rise again.
According to the latest issues published by Gartner, global sales computers increased by 2,8% in the 2nd quarter of 2020. The total of devices sold were 64,8 million, including laptops, desktops and workstations.
In addition, another report released by IDC, indicates that about 72,3 million units were sold in the second quarter of 2, thus recording an increase of 2020% on an annual basis.
The effects of the pandemic on supply chains have been visible in recent months due to the lockdown and the protection measures taken, resulting in a reduction in sales.
But as recent reports suggest, the PC market is beginning to recover. Obviously, the reason behind this increase is that more and more people are adopting it work from home.
In addition to professionals, schools and other academic institutions have replaced traditional teaching methods with online education through video conferencing applications and e-learning platforms.
"What remains to be seen is whether this demand and the high level of use will continue during the recession in the world and after Covid"As budgets shrink as schools and workplaces reopen," said IDC Director Jitesh Ubrani.