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In 2021, an estimated 258.2 million notebooks are forecast to be shipped globally, with 174.2 million tablet PCs to be shipped in the same year. Notebook shipments are set to grow further through to 2025, rising to 287.6 million units.
Global Information Technology (IT) spending including PCs accumulated to 4.24 trillion US dollars in 2021 and it is expected to increase by approximately 5.1% to 4.45 trillion US dollars in 2022
The average selling price of graphics add-in-boards have fell since the fourth quarter of 2020 while the average price of a high-end AIB was 1.4k U.S dollars – low-end, mid-range and workstation AIBs have also seen a spike in price recently.
In 2021, Apple will be the leading customer of 5-nanometer wafers with a majority of the shipment going to the firm. The second-largest customer of 5 nanometer wafters in 2021 will be Qualcomm with 24 percent of all shipments.
The global computer keyboard market saw a spike of growth in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic of 13.2% (268 million pieces in total) and through the Statista Consumer Market Outlook it’s to be estimated that revenue growth will be around 1.6% by 2023.
In 2020, the revenue of the global keyboard market increased by around 600 million U.S dollars to now estimated at over 5 billion dollars in 2021, it’s forecasted that between 2022 – 2025 by the Statista Consumer Market Outlook.
The global revenue of the printer / copier market in 2020 is forecasted to increase to around $1bn of a total of over $10bn U.S dollars and will peak in 2021 before starting to decrease shortly after with a forecast of $9.8bn U.S dollars by 2025*
Biggest per country revenue on the global revenue of the keyboard market is China with 1.16 billion US dollars generated followed by the United States and Brazil with respectively 882 million and 255 million in U.S dollars in revenue respectively
In the second quarter of 2021, barely over 35 million (35.07) OC monitor units were shipped worldwide, an increase from the 31.55 million units that were shipped during the same quarter of 2020 – an increase of over 11 percent.
In the second quarter of 2021, Dell held a share of 21.5% of worldwide PC monitor unit shipments, whilst Lenovo occupied a share of 11.9% of the market and third party vendors accounting for 10.6% of global PC monitor shipments within the second quarter of 2021