Hewlett-Packard holds a solid first place with a dollar share of 43.4 percent of the desktop market, a full 17.7 percent ahead of its next-in-line desktop competitor, Lenovo. Though HP may have a strong lead, it did take a dip from its 44.8 percent dollar share in March of 2012. The most purchased desktop from HP as of March was the Pro 6305 (pictured) from HP's enterprise-focused, graphic-friendly Pro 6000 series. Following in popularity is the 8300 Elite from HP's sleek-form Elite line, targeting businesses in need of a smaller form-factor desktop. Finally, the Pro 3500 desktop solution appears to be a common budget-friendly option.