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Fueled by unprecedented demand, tablet shipments return to growth in 2020

Impacted by the pandemic, the tablet market reached shipment levels not seen since the fourth quarter of 2017 when the total was 49.9 million.

PC, tablet shipments to grow 3.3% in 2020 before resuming long-term decline in 2021

While the recent surge in PC and tablet demand still has some legs, research firm IDC said it expects the market to decline in 2021 as businesses and consumers continue to deal with the economy uncertainty brought on by the pandemic.

Global tablet shipments record solid growth in Q2

With Covid-related lockdowns continuing to restrict many activities, consumers turned to tablets for entertainment, business, and e-learning.

Global tablet shipments continue to decline in Q4 2019

For the full year 2019, the tablet market shrank 1.5% year-over-year as global shipments totaled 144 million units.

Tablet shipments return to growth, fueled by new product launches

The worldwide tablet market returned to growth in the third quarter of 2019 (3Q19) with 37.6 million units shipped globally for a year-over-year increase of 1.9%, according to research firm IDC.

Global tablet shipments see modest decline of 5.0% in Q2

Global shipments fell to 32.2 million units, according to preliminary data from analyst firm IDC.

Tablets continue to decline as Apple, Huawei only firms to post growth

The worldwide tablet market declined 13.5% during the second quarter of 2018 (2Q18) as global shipments fell to 33 million, according to research firm IDC.

Acer claims top ranking in PC, projector shipments in PH

Taiwanese tech firm Acer said it has secured the top spot in three categories in the Philippines, ranking first in total unit shipments of personal computers, portable personal computers, and projectors.

Lenovo PH touts world’s first multi-mode tablet with 18-hour battery life

Available in 8-inch and 10-inch versions, both tablets have three multi-mode features, namely the "hold, tilt and stand" modes.

Global cost of cybercrime on victims shoots to $113B in 2013

Survey results also showed that wrong habit isn?t entirely due to lack of awareness since one-third (34%) of consumers surveyed admitted that the convenience of being constantly connected outweighed any potential security risks.
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