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Microsoft first ranks among the top five! 2021Q4 global flat sales ranking release: reason

via:快科技     time:2022/1/30 15:01:23     readed:278

Recently, Strategy Analytics announced a complete report of global tablet shipments and market share in the fourth quarter of 2021.In this report, Microsoft's shipments ranked first in the first five, and the reason is also a little unexpected.

微软首度跻身前五!2021Q4全球平板销量排行发布:原因意外

In this report, Apple ranked first, but the shipments fell by nearly 22% year-on-year. And its market share has a 1% increase, supply is far less than demand.This is more apparent to the shortage of supply of global supply chains.

The data of the latter manufacturers is mostly similar, and everyone has more or less supply chain shortages.

The second Samsung shipments fell by 28%, only 7.3 million units. Amazon ranks among the third, and the shipments have also dropped 13%, only 5.8 million units. Lenovo shipments have stopped continuous growth for 9 consecutive quarters, fell by 17% in the fourth quarter of 2021, only 4.6 million units.

It is worth mentioning that this Microsoft ranked first in the world, but the reason is more unexpected.In all vendors, only Microsoft is affected. 1.9 million shipments, only 1% year-on-yearWith stable supply, Microsoft successfully ran the opponent, and made a good result in a large environment in which the shipments in the fourth quarter of 2021 declined.

According to expert analysis, the global total shipments in 2021 remain unchanged, only a decrease of 3%, still maintaining 18.31 billion units.The supplier is prioritized by the supply of laptops, and the tablet is difficult to share components with smartphones.It is the main reason why the global flat market supply is limited in the premise of high demand and high demand.

微软首度跻身前五!2021Q4全球平板销量排行发布:原因意外

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