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Game PC and display shipments are expected to grow significantly in 2020.

  • Author:VITEK
  • Source:chinaflashmarket.com
  • Release on:2020-10-07
Many people have been forced to work remotely and live at home for long periods of time as a result of the global pandemic of COVID-19, but this situation has also contributed to a significant increase in gaming PC and display shipments in 2020. IDC forecasts that shipments of gaming PCs and displays will increase 16.2% year-on-year to 49.6 million units this year. In addition, shipments are expected to continue to grow to 61.9 million units by 2024, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7%.



In terms of game PC shipments, IDC predicts that it will reach 14.8 million units this year and 15.8 million units by 2024. In terms of gaming notebooks, it is expected to reach 22.3 million units this year, or 30.2 million units by 2024. In terms of displays, it is expected to reach 12.4 million units this year, or 16 million units by 2024.

Jitesh Ubrani, research manager at IDC, commented that despite some difficulties in the hardware supply chain in the first half of the year, game PCs are expected to experience real rapid growth over the next 6 to 12 months as game time, software, services, and more continue to grow.

The biggest reason for this prediction is that the fierce competition between Aweda and AMD in the GPU market is expected to boost the performance and price of the next generation of GPUs. At the same time, the game industry's support for RT optical pursuit technology can also lead to other upgrades in hardware and software.Many people have been forced to work remotely and live at home for long periods of time as a result of the global pandemic of COVID-19, but this situation has also contributed to a significant increase in gaming PC and display shipments in 2020. IDC forecasts that shipments of gaming PCs and displays will increase 16.2% year-on-year to 49.6 million units this year. In addition, shipments are expected to continue to grow to 61.9 million units by 2024, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7%.

In terms of game PC shipments, IDC predicts that it will reach 14.8 million units this year and 15.8 million units by 2024. In terms of gaming notebooks, it is expected to reach 22.3 million units this year, or 30.2 million units by 2024. In terms of displays, it is expected to reach 12.4 million units this year, or 16 million units by 2024.

Jitesh Ubrani, research manager at IDC, commented that despite some difficulties in the hardware supply chain in the first half of the year, game PCs are expected to experience real rapid growth over the next 6 to 12 months as game time, software, services, and more continue to grow.

The biggest reason for this prediction is that the fierce competition between Aweda and AMD in the GPU market is expected to boost the performance and price of the next generation of GPUs. At the same time, the game industry's support for RT optical pursuit technology can also lead to other upgrades in hardware and software.