Despite recent struggles, Hewlett-Packard Co. is still the leading PC maker in the world.
HP already said it will take a massive charge against its earnings for the latest quarter, leading to a record loss of nearly $9 billion. It comes as the maker of personal computers struggles to compete with mobile devices. HP reports quarterly earnings on Wednesday, a day after Dell does.
According to IDC, these are the top 5 PC manufacturers in second quarter of 2012. The numbers are estimates and do not reflect figures disclosed by the company after IDC's report came out July 11.
Hewlett-Packard Co., 13.4 million shipped worldwide, 15.5 percent share
Lenovo Group Ltd., 12.9 million, 14.9 percent
Dell Inc., 9.6 million, 11.1 percent
Acer Group, 9 million, 10.4 percent
AsusTek Computer Inc., 6.1 million, 7.1 percent
Others, 35.6 million, 41.1 percent.
Total: 86.7 million
Hewlett-Packard Co., 4.1 million shipped in U.S., 25.9 percent share
Dell Inc., 3.6 million, 22.5 percent
Apple Inc., 1.8 million, 11.4 percent
Lenovo Group Ltd., 1.28 million, 8 percent
Acer Group, 1.25 million, 7.9 percent.
Others, 3.9 million, 24.4 percent.
Total: 15.9 million