Market Research Report
Canada Tablet PC's Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2016
|Published by||TechSci Research||Product code||244366|
|Published||Content info||82 Pages
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|Canada Tablet PC's Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2016|
|Published: June 11, 2012||Content info: 82 Pages||
Tablet PCs emerged as a revolutionary gadget in the consumer electronics markets with the launch of the iPad by Apple Inc in mid 2010. In 2011, the global Tablet PC market reached USD 35.3 Billion, which is expected to grow further till 2016. The Canadian Tablet PC's market is anticipated to grow with the compounded annual growth rate of 32% with the wide acceptance and increased demand from Enterprises. The lower market penetration with increasing consumer acceptance is driving the industry growth exponentially.
According to "Canada Tablet PC's Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2016" Canada will witness phenomenal growth in near future. The outlook for the Tablet PC's market in Canada seems very promising as the overall consumer spending and acceptance is increasing in the country. Ease of use, long battery life, mobility, ability to multi-task, instant on/off and substantial breadth of applications available have caused rapid growth and change in demand patterns. The ease of use and multi-task ability is driving enterprises to experience Tablet PC in workplace rather than traditional PC's or notebooks. Till end of 2011, Apple Inc. was leading the market with its radical products followed by BlackBerry, Samsung and others. However, the market share trends are expected to encounter strong changes from the current trend by 2016 which would lead the market dynamics to new heights. "Canada Tablet PC Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2016" discusses the following aspects related to Tablet PC's in Canada:
The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with Tablet PC Vendors, Channel Partners, Developers, Media Executives, and Consumers. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like newspapers, websites, and proprietary databases.