PC, Tablet & Smartphone Market Analysis and Forecast 2015-2020

In 2015, an Estimated 30 Billion Connectors were used in the Manufacturing of PCs, Tablets and Smartphones.

Mar 02, 2016, 17:16 ET from ReportBuyer

LONDON, March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Will PCs, tablets or smartphones show the most growth in units going forward? In connector sales dollars?
Will the convergence of these three alter the mindset of the consumer, the manufacturer, the designer or the connector supplier?
Which regions or countries are most likely to profit from this convergence? Which ones have the most to lose?
Who were the manufacturing leaders in PCs, tablets, and smartphones?
Are there potential new players on the horizon that could alter this present lineup?
What type of affect will continued system integration, fewer I/O ports, and direct attach of CPU and DRAM have on the number of connectors used?
What role will wearables, like the smartwatch play in this market?


This new report examines these issues, and other crucial elements pertinent to the growth and stability of these products. This report analyzes, by units and connector dollars, the impact the growth or demise of each of these products has on the connector industry. The report provides important information for anyone whose products, services or intellectual capacity touch these technologies. Be prepared for what the future holds, order your copy of PC, Tablet and Smartphone Market Analysis and Forecast 2015-2020.

Bishop and Associates, Inc. has released of a 5-chapter, 146-page research report providing an in-depth analysis of the worldwide PC, tablet and smartphone market. Covering the period 2015 through 2020, with detailed comparisons from 2010, this report focuses on the dynamic changes these markets have undergone as well as looks at the future potential in units and connectors.

The PC, tablet and smartphone markets have similar basic functionalities which, particularly in the consumer market segment, has led to confusion between devices, and a tendency to pare down use to the device that best fits one's needs. For many that is a tablet or smartphone, not a PC. Thus, the venerable PC market, after many years of growth, particularly in the notebook sector, has hit a major speed bump. This change affects the connector industry, since these markets are major users of connector products: an estimated 30 billion units in 2015.

The report addresses a number of important areas that drive the success of this market and answer important questions, such as:

Will the PC market begin to rise again?
What does the future hold for tablets?
How has the AIO affected this market?
What is the impact of Microsoft tablets, smartphones and Windows 10?

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