Connected Computing Devices

Total Tablet Customer & Channel Type Shipment and Installed Base Forecast by Region 2010 - 2023: H1 19 Update




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Report Summary:

Demand for tablets in enterprise has been heating up, driven by efficiencies gained through mobility, greater emphasis on data security, and new use cases enabled by new tablet designs. Unfortunately, consumer tablets have not had a similar renaissance in functionality or innovation, which is in a slump dating back to 2014. Vendors are even running out of room to compete the crowded enterprise market, as evidenced by the year-on-year drop in shipments in 2018. As enterprise Tablet demand falters, what can revive the consumer market?

In this report we forecast tablet shipments and installed base by consumer market and non-consumer/enterprise market and shipments by channel (e.g., Mobile Operators, Electronics Retailers, Handset Retailers, Independent Retailers, Mass Merchandisers, Direct from Vendors, Pure e-Commerce Retailers) across the period of 2010-2023 to quantify demand by customer type and channel. This report covers 6 regions of North America, Western Europe, Asia Pacific, Central & Latin America, Central & Eastern Europe, and Middle East & Africa. This report is published following actual Q1 2019 results. It updates and supersedes the "Total Tablet Customer Type & Channel Type Shipment and Installed Base Forecast by Region 2010-2022: Q4 2018 Update" report published in November 2018.


Table of Contents

  1. Title
  2. Contents
  3. Executive Summary – As Enterprise Tablet Demand Falters, What Can Revive the Consumer Market?
  4. Analysis
  5. Data - Tablet Shipments by Customer Type by Region
  6. Data - Tablet Installed Base by Customer Type by Region
  7. Data - Tablet Shipments by Channel Type by Region
  8. Definitions
  9. Methodology
  10. Country Coverage
  11. How We Can Help You?
  12. Contacts
  13. Pivot Table
  14. Flat File

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