Research firm DisplaySearch found that Apple accounted for one third of the all-in-one desktop market in Q3 2011.
New figures released today have shown that Apple's iMac accounted for a third of all all-in-one computers sold in the third quarter. The Cupertino-based company saw great success in the all-in-one sector, a market that sold nearly 15 million computers last year. Research suggests this figure could expand even further, with an estimated 23 million units sold in 2014.
Research firm DisplaySearch conducted the survey, and Bloomberg reports that the results also showed Lenovo taking a respectable 22.7% of sales. That's due to the company's appeal to customers in China, an area where the firm has seen success.