PC monitor market undergoes slight decline in Q1 of 2014

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pc monitor q1 IDC said it expects worldwide shipments to continue on their current trajectory, slipping to 106 million units for the full year 2018. “Despite the overall decline, the shipment totals were stronger than the forecast of 31 million units,” said Phuong Hang, program director for Worldwide Trackers at IDC. “Geographically, Japan and the Middle East and Africa (MEA) regions delivered the largest gains during the first quarter while Dell and HP both experienced solid shipment growth.” Technology highlights

? LED backlight technology adoption continues to increase with a new high of 92 percent market share in 1Q14. This represents a year-over-year increase of 16.4 percent.

? Screen size of 21.x-inches wide has held the largest worldwide share for the last six quarters, with 20.5 percent share in 1Q14.

? Aspect ratio of 16:9 continues to dominate with 81.3 percent market share, which is 6.5 times the second most widely used Aspect ratio of 16:10.

? Touch screen monitors are still a small segment of the total PC monitor market at 0.4 percent share, with sales mostly in the US at 32.8 percent of the total. HP holds a 35.1 percent share of the US market.

Vendor highlights

? Dell ? Dell maintained its number 1 position in 1Q14 with worldwide market share of 14.9 percent on shipments of 5.0 million units. Japan and Western Europe delivered the biggest gains for Dell with 32.4 percent and 14.7 percent quarter-over-quarter growth respectively, while the US market remained essentially flat.

? Samsung ?Samsung regained the number 2 position from last quarter in terms of total units shipped and maintained the top position in terms of total revenue with $1.11 billion in 1Q14. Its revenue represents 18.4 percent share in total market value.

? HP ? Despite being ranked number 3 worldwide, HP holds the number 1 position in Canada and number 2 in the US. HP posted 8.9 percent year-over-year growth for the quarter.

? LG ? LG maintained its number 4 position and continues to be the number 1 PC monitor vendor in Latin America with 33 percent share. It also achieved a new high in unit shipments of 3.5 million in 1Q14.

? Lenovo ? Lenovo rounded out the Top 5 vendor ranking in 1Q14, buoyed by its number 1 position in Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan)(APeJ) with 2 million units. Lenovo’s biggest gains in the quarter were in Japan and Western Europe with 16.6 percent and 5.3 percent, respectively.

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