IDC's Tablets: Slates and Detachables program analyzes the exceptionally dynamic slate and detachable tablet markets and the ecosystems that support them. It considers adoption trends by worldwide region and by consumer and commercial segments as well as the deployment of operating systems and connectivity technologies, in particular, 3G and 4G mobile broadband and WiFi. It also looks at how content companies and service providers are creating new content and service business models to address the growing installed base of these devices. This IDC program identifies market trends, highlights opportunities, and evaluates key players in the ecosystem.
Tablets: Slates and Detachables
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
- Slate and detachable tablets, plus the software and services that drive adoption of these devices
- Trends in operating system and connectivity technology deployment, in particular, 3G and 4G mobile broadband and WiFi
- Business models for content delivery to slate and detachable tablets
- Consumer and commercial demand and technology and usage preferences for slate and detachable tablets
- Worldwide Tablet Forecast
- Worldwide Tablet Commercial Survey
- Worldwide Tablet Screen Size Forecast
- Worldwide Tablet Installed Base Forecast
- Worldwide Tablet Consumer Survey
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Key Questions Answered
- What are the key drivers and inhibitors in markets for tablets and 2-in-1s, and which screen size is likely to gain the greatest acceptance?
- What is the outlook for slate and detachable tablets in relation to smartphones and portable PCs?
- Which business models for delivering content to tablets are likely to be most successful?
- How are operating systems and connectivity technologies being integrated into slate and detachable tablets, and what are the implications for content and service providers?
ASURION, LLC, ASUSTeK Computer Inc., AT&T Inc., Acer Inc., Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Alcatel-Lucent, Allwinner Technology Co., Ltd., Amazon.com, Inc., Apple Inc., Archos SA, Barnes & Noble, Inc., Dell Inc., Deutsche Telekom AG, E FUN, Fujitsu Limited, Google Inc., HP Inc., HTC Corporation, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Intel Corporation, LG Corp., Lenovo Group Limited, Microsoft Corporation, NVIDIA Corporation, Nokia Corporation, Panasonic Corporation, QUALCOMM Inc., RCA Corporation, SQUARETRADE, INC., Samsung, Sony Corporation, Sprint Corporation, Synaptics Inc., Toshiba Corporation, Twitter, Inc., Verizon Communications, Inc., Walt Disney World Co.