India’s PC shipments (desktops, notebooks, and tablets) surged by 48% in Q1 2022 to a record 5.8 million units, beating the previous record of 5.3 million in Q3 2021, according to data from Canalys.
Despite continuous pressure on the global supply chain, shipments have grown by 44% on average in the last six quarters, thanks to India’s success in managing COVID-19, keeping businesses open to a large degree which has created additional demand for PCs and other IT infrastructure.
With 18% of all PCs sold being manufactured locally, analysts believe that the country's focus on self-reliance in PC production is another huge factor in its significant growth in PC shipments.
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