In late 2015, HP was reborn as a PC maker following a split of its parent organization, Hewlett-Packard.

At the time, HP was a lost cause, and its double-digit decline in PC shipments was a main reason for the split.The new HP then set out to reclaim its spot as the world’s top PC maker from Lenovo, a title it lost in 2013.
It reached the goal in the first quarter of 2017, during which its PC shipments grew by 13.1 percent year over year.[ iPad Pro vs.
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A series of cool products and decisions to cut off low-margin products helped HP return to the top. Lenovo’s struggles also played a part, but HP’s strong performance in North America was a deciding factor, IDC said.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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