Taiwan analysts predict 20% growth in sales of PCs in the third quarter of the year, despite the poor overall state of the market in recent years.
According to sources in the supply chains of components for notebooks, the PC market will reach “it’s day” in the running second quarter of 2016 and then mark strong growth.
Unfavorable market conditions do not deter manufacturers from offering new computer models – in particular, gaming notebooks, says digitimes.com. The customers – PC producers are actively ordering new models, which must enter into sale in the second half of the year.
As a result, an increase in the supply of personal computers is expected, according to the analysis. The estimated growth in the third quarter is up to 20% .
The increased demand for high-performance notebooks brings also growth in sales of various components – such as fingerprint scanners, gesture recognition devices, solutions for USBC and others.
A number of Taiwanese companies will benefit from the increased sales of computers. Among them are component suppliers like Realtek Semiconductor, Parade Technologies, Global Mixedmode Technology and other manufacturers.