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The Global Desktop PC Market Anticipates Rebound in 2024, Embracing Opportunities for Processor Architecture Upgrades: MIC
April 12, 2024

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In a recent desktop PC five-year forecast report unveiled by the Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC), projections indicate that the global desktop industry is poised for a resurgence in 2024, with anticipated shipments expected to reach 69.767 million units, marking a substantial growth of 2.7% compared to figures from 2023.

The report highlights prevailing market conditions, revealing a mixed landscape. While the U.S. market demonstrates signs of recovery, it grapples with persistent inflationary pressures. In contrast, China and Europe continue to navigate broader economic challenges.

However, despite these headwinds, MIC forecasts a buoyant trajectory for the desktop PC market. This optimism is underpinned by the advent of AI PCs in the early part of the year and the imminent release of cutting-edge processors by leading chipmakers in the latter half.

Worldwide Desktop PC Shipment Volume, 2020 - 2028

Source: MIC, April 2024

The findings underscore the resilience of the desktop PC sector and the industry's readiness to seize opportunities amidst evolving technological landscapes. For more information, you can access the full report through this link MIC ENGLISH (

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