HP reclaims top spot in domestic PC market
HP had lost the dominant position at the end of the last year
Arnab Dutta |
Last Updated at August 25, 2016 01:44 IST
Personal computer maker HP has bounced back in the quarter ended June this year to reclaim the top spot in the domestic segment by substantially increasing its market share. In the June quarter, HP's share of the total personal computers shipped to the country grew to 28.4 per cent - a 3.4 percentage point rise, quarter-on-quarter, according to data from research firm International Data Corporation. HP had lost the dominant position at the end of the last year.
Dell remained at the second spot with 22.2 per cent market share. However, its market share declined. Chinese technology ...
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First Published: Thu, August 25 2016. 00:46 IST