Worldwide Tablet Industry to See Further Decline of Overall Shipment Volume, Says MIC in Its Report Available at

23 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The global market for tablets was on the rise for five years, but it saw a decline in 2015. The decline was a result of a combination of different factors, such as saturation of the marketplace, a lack of innovation in the product domain and erosion of the market by low-cost notebook PCs and big-screen smartphones.

An overall shipment volume of tablets is set to continue going down in 2016, certain changes are expected to take place in the competitive environment and deployment of top players.

Topical research report “Development Trends of the Worldwide Tablet Industry, 2016 and Beyond” developed by MIC is a unique source of valuable information on the global tablet marketplace. The study comprises a detailed overview of this market. It covers shipment volume and value as of 2015.

The report pays special attention to volume and value of this market in Taiwan. The research study also forecasts future trends. It contains supply chain as well as value chain analyses.

The research report examines shipments on the basis of a region of a producer. A panel size analysis and operation system analysis are included in the study, too.

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