Canalys: HP shipped the most PCs in Western Europe during Q3, Apple leads tablet department

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Based on data from Canalys and its Q3 2021 Western Europe’s PC market which includes desktops, notebooks and workstations grew by 21% compared to last year, totaling 16.3 million shipments. HP regained the top spot with its 4.4 million shipments and a 27% market share, followed by Lenovo with 4.1 million shipments and 25% share. Dell grew by 43% to take up the third spot with 2.3 million shipments while Apple (1.9 million) and Acer (1.2 million) round out the top five makers.

Canalys: HP shipped the most PCs in Western Europe during Q3, Apple leads tablet department

The July – September period marked the sixth consecutive quarter of growth for the PC market in Western Europe showing a consistent long-term demand for new hardware. Canalys analyzers note that there is a shift in demand from consumer to commercial clients. PC demand is expected to sustain growth heading into 2023.










Company Q3 2021 Shipments
(in million)
Q3 2021
Market share
Q3 2020 Shipments
(in million)
Q3 2020
Market share
Yearly change
HP 4,350 27% 3,499 26% +24%
Lenovo 4,059 25% 3,325 25% +22%
Dell 2,305 14% 1,606 12% +43%
Apple 1,928 12% 1,520 11% +27%
Acer 1,271 8% 1,262 9% +1%
Others 2,391 14% 2,295 17% +4%
Total 16,304 100% 13,507 100% +21%

Shifting over to the tablet market and Apple is unsurprisingly still at the top with 3.1 million iPad shipments and a 45% market share. The total tablet market shipments in Western Europe totaled 6.9 million though all major players apart from Apple saw declines in their yearly shipment figures with Samsung contracting by over 50%.

Canalys: HP shipped the most PCs in Western Europe during Q3, Apple leads tablet department

Canalys notes that tablets managed to fill demand gaps created by the shortage of PCs. Apple reached more users thanks to its new iPad mini and refreshed iPad Pro models

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