272 thousand computers sold in Portugal in the 2nd quarter

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HP is the manufacturer that sold more computers in Portugal in the second quarter of this year, a period in which 272 thousand pieces of equipment were sold in the national market. The sales volume in the desktops increased 8.8 percent, while on laptops it added 103 percent.

According to Gartner’s accounts, the company sold 89,154 equipment between April and June, obtaining a market share of 32.8 percent. The second place in the table was secured by Toshiba, which has seen its sales boosted by the e-Schools initiative.

In the quarter under review, the Japanese manufacturer achieved sales in the order of 58 thousand units and reached a market share of 21.3 percent, leaving behind Acer, whose share in the Portuguese market was no more than 9.3 percent .

Finally, Asus and Dell occupied the fourth and fifth place, respectively, with sales ranging from 23.22 to 15.74 thousand computers.

Gartner concludes that the volume of sales observed in Portugal does away with the idea of ​​a crisis in the IT sector, at least at the national level, since the average sales in the country was three times higher than that recorded on the continent, reveal the figures to which the Diário Economic had access.

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