Consumers are looking to hold onto their devices like PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones for longer and not replace them so frequently, according to research which shows the trend is having a negative impact on the shipment and sale of devices globally, with the exception of smartphones.
The worldwide PC market in the second quarter this year suffered its biggest decline in shipments since 2013, dropping by 9.5%, due in large part to price hikes with the appreciation of the US dollar against currencies in some regions.
A major analyst firm says worldwide device shipments to grow 1.5%, reaching 2.5 billion units in 2015, down from a forecast 2.8% growth, with sales down since 2010.
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