List of laptop brands and manufacturers

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This is a list of laptop brands and manufacturers.


Major brands[edit]

Brand Country Region Product Lines Market share (Q3 2023)[1]
Lenovo  China Asia IdeaPad, Legion, ThinkPad, ThinkBook, Yoga 23.5%
HP  United States North America EliteBook, Envy, Omen, Pavilion, ZBook, Spectre, Victus, ProBook, OmniBook 19.8%
Dell  United States North America Alienware, G Series, Inspiron, Latitude, Precision, Vostro, XPS 15.0%
Apple  United States North America MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 10.6%
Asus  Taiwan Asia Zenbook, Vivobook, Chromebook, ROG, TUF, ZEPHYRUS, EeeBook, Expertbook, Transformer, ASUSPRO, ProArt 7.1%
Acer  Taiwan Asia Aspire, Enduro, Extensa, Ferrari, Nitro, Predator, Swift, Spin, Switch, TravelMate –––

Other brands[edit]

Brand Country Region Product lines
Aftershock Singapore Asia Apex 15X, Forge 15X
AGB Supreme Technology India Asia Octev Series, Tiara, Orion
Alienware United States North America X15, X16, M15, Area-51m R2, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18
Avell[2] Brazil South America
Avita Hong Kong Asia
Axioo Indonesia Asia MyBook, Slimbook, Chromebook
Bitblaze Russia Europe Titan BM15
Bmax China Asia MaxBook
BOXX Technologies United States North America GoBOXX
BTO Europe Netherlands Europe BTO, Toxic
Casper Turkey Asia Nirvana, Excalibur
CHUWI [ja] China Asia Herobook, Corebook
Colorful China Asia
Corsair United States North America Voyager
Clevo Taiwan Asia NP70 series, P870DM3-G, X170KM-G, X7200
CyberPowerPC United States North America Tracer V Series, Tracer IV, Tracer III
Daten Brazil South America Datenbook
Dere China Asia Mbook
Digital Storm United States North America Avon 15, Banshee 17.3"
Durabook United States North America Z141, S141, S15AB, R8300
Dynabook Japan Asia Portégé, Tecra, Satellite/Satellite Pro, E Series
Eluktronics United States North America Prometheus XVII, MAG-15, MAG-15R, MECH-15 G3, MAX-15, MAX-17
Eurocom Canada Sky, Tornado, Nightsky, Commander, Monster
Evoo United States North America EG Series, EV-C Series, EVC Series, TEV Series
Falcon Northwest United States North America DRX, TLX
Framework Computer United States North America Framework Laptop
Fujitsu Japan Asia Celsius, LifeBook
Gateway United States North America 2-in-1 Convertible, Ultra Slim
Geo United Kingdom Europe GeoBook
Star Labs[3] United Kingdom Europe StarLite, StarBook
Getac Taiwan Asia B360, S410, F110, UX10, V110
Gigabyte Taiwan Asia Aorus, Aero, Gaming
Google United States North America Chromebook Pixel, Pixelbook, Pixelbook Go
Hansung South Korea Asia
Hasee China Asia Z-Series
Honor China Asia MagicBook
Huawei China Asia MateBook
Hyundai Technology United States North America Flip, book, flipnote, thinnote
Illegear Malaysia Asia Prodigy, Rogue
Infinitx Hong Kong Asia
JOI Malaysia Asia Book
KUU China Asia Kbook, Yepbook, Yobook, Xbook-2
Lava International India Asia Twinpad, Helium Series
LG South Korea Asia Gram, Xnote
Machenike China Asia Machcreator, T58
MALIBAL United States North America Aon
Maguay [ro] Romania Europe MyWay, GamePower, OfficePower, ExpertStation, PowerStation, Mini-Server
Medion Germany Europe Akoya
Micro-Star International (MSi) Taiwan Asia Megabook, Modern, GT, GS, GF, GE, GP, GL, Wind
Microsoft United States North America Microsoft Surface
Microtech[4] Italy Europe CoreBook, e-book Lite
Monster Notebook [tr] Turkey Asia Abra, Tulpar, Huma, Semruk, Markut
Mouse Computer LuvBook Japan Asia
MNT Research Germany Europe Reform
Multi Brazil South America Ultra[5]
NEC Japan Asia LaVie, ProSpeed, UltraLite, Versa, VersaPro
Njoy (brand by Dai-Tech [ro]) Romania Europe Aerial, Ediam
Nokia Finland Europe PureBook
Obsidian-PC Portugal Europe PC50
Optima Romania Europe OptimBook, OptimBook Pro, NoteBook, NoteBook Pro, MECIPT, MECIPT Pro, DACICC, DACICC Pro
Origin PC United States North America EVO15-S, EVO17-S, EVO17-X, NT-15i, NT-15, NT-17
OverPowered United States North America Gaming Laptop 15, Gaming Laptop 15+, Gaming Laptop 17+
Panasonic Japan Asia Toughbook, Toughpad, Let's Note
Packard Bell Netherlands Europe Statesman
Positivo Brazil South America
Primebook India Asia Primebook 4G,[6] Primebook Wifi
Purism United States North America Librem
Razer United States North America Blade, Book
Realme China Asia Realmebook
Sager Notebook computers[7] (exports Clevo) United States North America NP Series
Samsung South Korea Asia Ativ, Notebook, Sens, Galaxy Book
Slimbook[8] Spain Europe Essential 15, Pro X, KDE Slimbook
SKIKK[9] Netherlands Europe Asgard, Loki, Niflheim, Bifrost, Freya, Idavoll, Baldr, Green, Ivaldi, Sindri
Shenzhen Jumper Technology[10] China Asia EZpad go, EZpad, EZBook
System76 United States North America Galago Pro, Oryx Pro, Pangolin, Lemur Pro, Gazelle, Darter Pro, Kudu Pro, Serval WS, Bonobo WS, Adder WS
Teclast China Asia
Thunderobot China Asia
Tsinghua Tongfang China Asia X-Series
TUXEDO Computers Germany Europe Aura, Gemini, InfinityBook S, InfinityBook Pro, Polaris, Pulse, Sirius, Stellaris
uLBx Northern Europe Europe uLBxBook, Plusiron, CoreChrome, 4CKA Mouse
UMAX Taiwan Asia VisionBook
VAIO Japan Asia Z series, F series, S series, SX series[11]
Vant Spain Europe Moove, Agile, Edge
Vastking China Asia KingPad, Kingbook
Velocity Micro United States North America Signature 17, Raptor S77, Raptor MX70
VIT Venezuela South America P1420, P3310-01, P3310-02
Walmart United States North America Motile
Walton Bangladesh Asia Prelude, Passion, Tamarind, Karonda, Waxjambu
Xiaomi China Asia Mi NoteBook, RedmiBook
XMG (Schenker Technologies [de]) Germany Europe Apex, Core, Dj 15, Focus, Neo Series, Pro Series
Xolo India Asia
Zeuslap China Asia
Zyrex Indonesia Asia Sky, Cruiser, Confidante, Chromebook

No longer manufacturing computers[edit]

Brand Country Region Product lines Notes
BenQ Taiwan Asia Joybook
Epson Japan Asia ActionNote, HX-20, PX-4, PX-8 Geneva, Endeavor
Grundig Germany Europe
HCL India Asia HCL Me
HTC Taiwan Asia HTC Shift
IBM United States North America Convertible, PCradio, ThinkPad IBM sold its personal computer and Intel-based server businesses to Lenovo in 2005.
Olivetti Italy Europe Olibook
Onkyo Japan Asia SOTEC
Philips Netherlands Europe X200
Sony Japan Asia VAIO Sony sold its PC business division to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) in 2014; owns 5% of VAIO Corporation.
Toshiba Japan Asia Dynabook, Libretto, Portege, Satellite, T1000, Tecra, Qosmio Toshiba has fully exited the personal computer and laptop business in June 2020, transferring the remaining 19.9% shares to Sharp Corporation[12] which now runs the business as Dynabook.
Vestel Turkey Asia
Wipro India Asia

Defunct brands[edit]

Brand Country Region Product lines Notes
Acorn Computers United Kingdom Europe Deskbook, Desknote, Solonote
TriGem South Korea Asia Averatec
Compaq United States North America Evo, Armada, LTE, Presario acquired by Hewlett–Packard
Digital Equipment Corporation United States North America HiNote acquired by Compaq
eMachines United States North America acquired by Gateway Computers
Everex United States North America CloudBook, gBook
Founder Technology China Asia E-Series, R-Series
Fujitsu Siemens Japan/Germany Asia Fujitsu bought out Siemens's share of the company
Gericom Austria Europe acquired by Quanmax AG
Itautec Brazil South America acquired by Oki Electric Industry, PC/laptop division dissolved[13]
Maxdata Germany Europe
OQO United States North America
PC Club United States North America
Pravetz Bulgaria Europe 64M
Vigor Gaming United States North America Atlantis, Augustus, Artorius, Aegis
Voodoo PC Canada North America Envy acquired by Hewlett–Packard

Original design manufacturers (ODMs)[edit]

The vast majority of laptops on the market are manufactured by a small handful of Taiwan-based original design manufacturers (ODM), although their production bases are located mostly in mainland China. Quanta Computer pioneered the contract manufacturing of laptops in 1988. By 1990, Taiwanese companies manufactured 11% of the world's laptops. That percentage grew to 32% in 1996, 50% in 2000, 80% in 2007 and 94% in 2011.[14][15] The Taiwanese ODMs have since lost some market share to Chinese ODMs, but still manufactured 82.3% of the world's laptops in Q2 of 2019, according to IDC.[16]

Major relationships include:[17]

ODM laptop units sold and market shares[edit]

Year 2020[18] 2019 2018[19] 2017 2016[20] 2015[21] 2014[22] 2013[23] 2012[24] 2011[25] 2010[17][26] 2009[27][28] 2006[28]
ODM Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Units sold (millions) Proportion of market Units sold (millions) Proportion of market
Compal 45.4 42.6 34.5 39.3 43.0 46.0 37.8 55.7 48.2 37.9,0 26% 15,0 21%
Quanta 57.6 34.8 37.6 40.6 31.6 48.5 43.1 53.8 54.0 52.1 35.9,0 25% 24,0 33%
Wistron 20.4 17.4 18.9 18.8 21.1 24.0 31.5 31.5 27.5 26.2[29] 18% 11,0 15%
Inventec 19.5 18.4 9.9 8.5 18.6 20.9 16.8 17.0 16.2 21[30] 15% 7,0 10%
Pegatron,[31] until 2007 Asus[32] 11.4 10.3 8.7 9.5 9.8 14.0 18.5 17.5 15.5 10.9,0 8% 5,0 7%
Foxconn[31] 2.7 4.2 18.4 10.0 7.2,0 5%
Flextronics 5.0 4.3 7.2,0 5%
Elitegroup[31] 3.6,0 2%
Huaqin 8.0 3.0
Others 15.0 10.0 11,0 15%
Total ? ? 163.7 164.7 ? 158 141 148 194[33] 214 203[34] 125[30] 100% 72.6 100%

There is a discrepancy between the 2009 numbers due to the various sources cited; i.e. the units sold by all ODMs add up to 144.3 million laptops, which is much more than the given total of 125 million laptops. The market share percentages currently refer to those 144.3 million total. Sources may indicate hard drive deliveries to the ODM instead of actual laptop sales, though the two numbers may be closely correlated.

See also[edit]


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