Lenovo Regains Top PC Vendor Spot In Asia
From Yahoo News: Lenovo Regains Top PC Vendor Spot In Asia-ex Japan In 2Q
"China's Lenovo Group Ltd. regained the position of leading personal computer vendor in the Asia-Pacific region excluding Japan in the second quarter of 2005 after completing the acquisition of International Business Machines Corp.'s (IBM) PC division, market research firm IDC Corp. said Wednesday."
"Lenovo had a 19% share of PC shipments in the quarter, compared with 10.9% in the first quarter and 11.7% a year earlier, the research firm said."
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ), which gained the No.1 position in the first quarter, dropped back to second place with a 12.3% market share.
Dell Inc. (DELL) was the third-largest PC vendor with a 9.0% market share, followed by China's Founder Technology Co. with 5.5% and Taiwan's Acer Inc. with 4.9%."
"Lenovo took back its top spot by not only riding on seasonal recovery in China, but through its newly acquired IBM's personal computing division," said Bryan Ma, associate director of personal systems research at IDC."
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