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Old 16th October 2009, 10:00   #1
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Default Worldwide PC shipments returns to growth, thanks to China

Gartner says worldwide PC shipments have reversed a downward slump over the last three quarters. PC shipments over Q3 '09 rose 0.5% over Q3 '08, a significant improvement over the 5% and 6.5% declines in the previous two quarters, respectively. Gartner had previously predicted a 5.6% decline, in line with previous trend. However, they missed the mark by quite a lot - PC shipments actually grew by 0.5%. Asia continues to increase - with China's PC shipments increasing an amazing 28.5%! US shipments show signs of recovery at 3.9% whereas EMEA continues to suffer.
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