Japan-, Korea-based Vendors Increase Odm Orders For 8- To 10-inch Windows Tablets

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Windows tablets growing popular in Japan and Korea

The fierce price competition in the 7-inch tablet market and the gradually saturated tablet demand are driving Japan- and Korea-based vendors to seek to rely more on product differentiation. In addition to strong demand from the enterprise market, 8- to 10-inch Windows tablets also enjoying good sales in Japan’s consumer market, thanks to a popular Flash-based online game, the sources noted. The online game has helped raise Windows devices’ share of total tablet sales in Japan to 15% from 3% previously, the sources said. Among the 195 million tablets sold worldwide in 2013, Android accounted for 121 million units, or 62% of the total volume; iOS 70.4 million units (around 36%); and Microsoft 4.03 million units (2%), according to Gartner’s figures. Windows tablets becoming popular in Japan and Korea Photo: Michael Lee, Digitimes file photo Taiwan 2600MHz frequency release plan objected by WiMAX operators Mobile + telecom | 27min ago Worldwide software market grew 4.8% in 2013, says Gartner IT + CE | 49min ago 3D printing market to grow to US$16.2 billion in 2018, says Canalys IT + CE | 1h 1min ago Lextar to debut white chip LED featuring substrate-free flip chip and phosphor molding process LED | 1h 22min ago Huawei Technologies 2013 revenues up 8.55% on year Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 21:39 Pause
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