CCD icon bigConnected Computing Devices

Connected Computing Devices

Q1 2014 Tablet INSTALLED BASE Country Forecast 2010-2018

Available to Clients Only

This report is available to Strategy Analytics clients only. You can see the benefits of becoming a client here.

Already a client, login to download this report.

To discuss pricing options please contact our sales representative.
Contact Us

Report Summary:

We forecast over one and a quarter billion tablets will be in use by 2018 in over half a billion tablet households. The early leader; North America, has been overtaken by the Asia Pacific region this year. Countries with the highest Tablet installed base at present include the US, UK, China, Japan and France. Countries with the highest household penetration include some of the smaller or wealthier countries such as Hong Kong, Switzerland, and Singapore.This report forecasts: a) tablet installed base, b) tablet households, c) household penetration, and d) user population penetration by 6 major regions and 88 countries from 2010 to 2018. It updates and supersedes Global Tablet Installed Base Forecast by Country published in September 2013.
Table of Contents

    1. Title Page
    2. Contents
    3. Analysis
    4. Global Tablet Installed Base by Region
    5. Global Tablet Households
    6. Tablet Household Penetration
    7. Highest Tablet Penetrated Countries
    8. User Population Penetration
    9. Installed Base Pivot
    10. Installed Base Flat File
    11. Definitions
    12. Methodology
    13. Contacts

For more information about our services please contact us or email

Service Subscription

  • Access this report as part of a service subscription
  • Benefits of a service subscription:
    • Access to industry leading analysts
    • Both current and historical repository of research
    • Timely updates to forecasts, market share, market sizing, and trendsEtc.

Let's talk

Now you know a little about us, get in touch and tell us what your business problem is.
Inquiry / Message:

please enter captcha from left