Distress in France Computers and Peripherals Market- Ken Research


The growth in computer and peripherals is determined by the sale of consumer electronics that include smart phones, 4G, and tablets. The saturation level of these products is incredibly high which are the most technologically advanced in the world. According to market tablet is the only growing sector with an upward trend in the development of connected peripherals. There is also a strong growth in 3D printers where sales are expected to grow rapidly as they become increasingly accessible to consumers.

France is the European hub of investment in computers and peripherals in response to the demand for cloud computing services. The UNIX and RISC/Itanium servers are the most successful servers in the peripherals market. The French server market is specifically mature, but new opportunities servers are anticipated to lead to continued growth. There is also a strong demand for mobile devices that very well-connected with quality speed. The computers or desktop overall market has dropped rapidly due to the other top brands in the market.

Computers and Peripherals in France” report says, peripheral devices are auxiliary devices such as keyboard, mouse loudspeakers, webcams, graphics cards, digital cameras, microphones, expansion cards, CD-ROM drives, hard drives and tape drives that connect with computer in some way. On a global scale, competition for computer peripherals market has strong competition among many players those are offering various products and services to improve consumer use of computers.

The tablet market growth sustained high volume growth with sharp price fall. Tablets are definitely positioned as a third screen behind computers and smartphones. Majority of the consumers are not affected by the product brand and only the cost matters. The French population prefers 8-inch screens tablets. The most marketed brands are Samsung, Lenovo, FNAC, Parrot, Arches, Asus, Acer and Amazon.

The smartphones cover more than 40 percent of the French population. The market witnessed low cost smartphone and without purchase commitment offers. This sector is however stimulated by the market of “Phablets” or screens over 5 inch with the availability of 4G bandwidth.

The five-year outlook in the computers and peripherals market in France is depressing. The market growth is set to record a decline and has a little room for further growth as smartphones are increasingly close substitutes. Additionally, growing consumption patterns and product convergence are set to favour fewer, but smarter, devices. The global trends in computer and peripherals market is further expected to launch touch screen computers and increasing use of multiple screens.

According to market research firm Ken Research, the global computers and peripherals market is expected to grow rapidly over the next decade. The major trend that the market will witness includes rising market for sustainable printed electronics technology, internet and rising food safety concerns. The market growth is based on technology and the economic growth in the computer and peripherals sector is estimated to be soaring.

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