PC ownership will rise from one-per-family to one-per person, Lenovo CEO predicts

Doug Woodburn
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PC ownership will rise from one-per-family to one-per person, Lenovo CEO predicts

COVID will have long-term positive impact on PC sales and will swell the total addressable market from 260-270 million to 300 million units a year, according to Yuanqing Yang

COVID will drive another wave of PC penetration, with ownership in mature markets likely to rise from one PC per family to one PC per person. That's the prediction of Lenovo chairman and CEO Yuanqing...

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