The computer market continues to grow in 2020. As sales reach a record level, it is believed that they will rise to a higher rate with Black Friday.
After showing growth for the first time in 7 years in the 4th quarter of last year, the computer market is also showing strong growth this year. Sales are expected to increase further with the effect of “Black Friday” or “Legend Friday”, also known as Black Friday.
According to a new study by Canalys, the computer market tends to expand, with 124.5 million units shipped in the third quarter of 2020. The total computer market, including computers and tablets in this category, has grown by 23 percent compared to the previous year.
The leading company in sales is Lenovo as usual, while the company has sold 23.5 million tablets, laptops and desktop computers. Apple followed with 22.1 million Mac and iPad sales, followed by HP with 18.6 million sales. In the 4th and 5th places of the list are Dell with 12 million sales and Samsung with 9.9 million unit shipments.
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Sales are expected to increase with Black Friday, which will begin on November 27th. So, what does Legend Friday mean and why is it repeated every year?
What is Black Friday?
Black Friday is called the first Friday in America after Thanksgiving. While Black Friday is considered the start of the Christmas shopping season since 1932, stores are opening their doors to customers very early and selling late. Of course, the most important point of this day is the high level of discounts.