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Research and Markets: 2013 Report on the International Mobile Computing Devices Market - Forecasts to 2017

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "2013 Report on the International Mobile Computing Devices Market - Forecasts to 2017" report to their offering.

This 300 page exhaustive report focuses on some of the drivers, challenges, and trends of this market featuring data on product segmentations, vendor shares, growth rate by revenue, and an evaluation of the different buying criteria in order of importance.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Scope of the Report

2. Market Research Methodology

3. List of Abbreviations

4. Introduction

5. Global Smartphones Market - Summary

6. Market Landscape

7. Global Smartphones Market

8. Market Segmentation by Operating System

9. Geographical Segmentation

10. Key Leading Countries

11. Buying Criteria

12. Market Growth Drivers

13. Drivers and their Impact

14. Market Challenges

15. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

16. Market Trends

17. Vendor Landscape

18. Key Vendor Analysis

19. Global Phablets Market - Summary

20. Geographical Segmentation

21. Key Leading Countries

22. Buying Criteria

23. Market Growth Drivers

24. Drivers and their Impact

25. Market Challenges

26. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

27. Market Trends

28. Vendor Landscape

29. Key Vendor Analysis

30. Global Ultrabooks Market - Summary

31. Geographical Segmentation

32. Key Leading Countries

33. Buying Criteria

34. Market Growth Drivers

35. Drivers and their Impact

36. Market Challenges

37. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

38. Market Trends

39. Vendor Landscape

40. Key Vendor Analysis

41. Global E-reader Market - Summary

42. Geographical Segmentation

43. Key Leading Countries

44. Buying Criteria

45. Market Growth Drivers

46. Drivers and their Impact

47. Market Challenges

48. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

49. Market Trends

50. Vendor Landscape

51. Key Vendor Analysis

52. Global Tablet PC Market - Summary

53. Geographical Segmentation

54. Key Leading Countries

55. Buying Criteria

56. Market Growth Drivers

57. Drivers and their Impact

58. Market Challenges

59. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

60. Market Trends

61. Vendor Landscape

62. Key Vendor Analysis

63. Global Laptops Market - Summary

64. Geographical Segmentation

65. Key Leading Countries

66. Buying Criteria

67. Market Growth Drivers

68. Drivers and their Impact

69. Market Challenges

70. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

71. Market Trends

72. Vendor Landscape

73. Key Vendor Analysis

Companies Mentioned:

  • Acer Inc.
  • Inc.
  • Apple Inc.
  • ASUSTek Computer Inc.
  • Barnes & Noble Inc.
  • Blackberry
  • Dell Inc.
  • Fujitsu Ltd.
  • Hanvon Technology Co. Ltd.
  • Hasee Computer Co. Ltd.
  • Hewlett-Packard Co.
  • HTC Corp.
  • Kobo Inc.
  • Lenovo Group Ltd.
  • LG Electronics Inc.
  • Nokia Corp.
  • Pandigital
  • Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
  • Sony Mobile Communications AB.
  • Toshiba Corp.
  • Wistron Corp.

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