Pinwan, August 11th, on August 10th, Lenovo Group held a media communication meeting for the FY22/23Q1 fiscal quarter (April-June 2022). At the meeting, Liu Jun, executive vice president of Lenovo Group and president of China, said that in the Q1 fiscal quarter, Lenovo’s global gaming computer and workstation revenue both achieved double-digit growth, up 14% and 28% year-on-year, respectively.
Liu Jun said that although the growth rate of the global PC market has slowed down, due to Lenovo’s strong growth in the high-value-added PC market, Lenovo’s PC global market position is still very strong, reaching 24.4% in the Q1 fiscal quarter. Ranked first, and further widened the distance with the pursuers. He emphasized that Lenovo’s PC development is very healthy, and will continue to increase innovation investment in high-end segments in the future.
At the same time, Liu Jun is also very optimistic about the development of the overall PC market. He believes that with the intensification of the hybrid office trend, users’ dependence on PCs and their use time are increasing. Taking Chinese users as an example, the time users spend on PCs has doubled compared to before the epidemic, and this trend will continue until the epidemic. back.
According to Liu Jun, Lenovo is in the process of “big construction”. The completed factories in Shenzhen and Tianjin will be put into operation this year. “We are expanding production capacity and meeting the future market.”
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