World PC System Industry to See High Level of Concentration to 2020, States MIC in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com22 Jan 2018 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Owing to the replacement demand for commercial PCs and stable economic growth rate, the decline of the global market for PC systems lost momentum in 2017, which positively influenced the development of Taiwan’s PC system industry. Nevertheless, the worldwide PC system industry is projected to keep on heading towards stagnation, witnessing a high degree of concentration.
Microsoft, Apple, Beats, Compal, Acer, ASUS, Oculus, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Razer, Genee, Hexadite, HTC, Inventec, Huawei, Intel, Lenovo, MSI, Namco, Pegatron, Quanta, SwiftKey, Wistron, and Xiaomi are amid the outstanding participants in the industry.
New cutting-edge research report “Global PC System Industry Outlook for 2018” created by MIC is aimed at providing an all-encompassing, unbiased analysis of the industry on a global scale.
The report presents a comprehensive review of the PC development worldwide, including shipment data for desktop PCs, notebooks, and tablets, alongside tracking the latest development of the top players in pertinent industry sectors. The study throws light on the latest evolution of PC systems covering Microsoft’s and Amazon’s product developments and product portfolio changes to limelight the future outlook for the industry and marketplace. It takes a look at the emerging trends of the industry pertaining to Chromebook, gaming PC, SSD, commercial VR, AI, and digital economy to indentify the prospective opportunities.
Report Key Topics:
- Global megatrends, forecast of tablets, notebooks, and desktop PCs, in volume terms, for 2015-2020, and their shipment shares by key brand from 2015 to 2018.
- Taiwanese smartphone marketplace covering concentration degree in the notebooks, desktop PCs, and tablets based on tier.
- Leading trends in the PC system industry.
- Most recent development of the ICT industry through the lens of Amazon and Microsoft.
- And more.
More new research publications by this publisher can be found at MIC page.