Telecompaper: Dutch growth tablet market stagnates




The growth of the Dutch tablet market is stagnant, according to figures from Telecompaper. The number of households that a tablet has grown in the past year by only 9.8 percent, while growth a year ago, more than 30 percent.

According to figures that Telecompaper Wednesday published . The figures Telecompaper talk about owning tablets and not use. The growth in tablet ownership in the past six months, just under 10 per cent, the lowest growth in the tablet market since the release of the iPad in 2010 until the end of 2013 the growth in the number of tablets was more than 20 percent, with peaks of between 80 and 100 percent a few years ago.

Apple’s iPad is still the market leader in the Netherlands, according, with a market share of around 37 percent. That was a year ago, 38.7 percent, but in the time of the iPad 2 and iPad 3 Apple took more than half of tablet sales accounted for. Samsung has its market share in the past year and a half grow from 22.5 to 31 percent.

That the growth of tablets decreases, a trend coming from many more digits. So did market research company GfK same trend, Apple and Samsung both to deal with falling demand for their tablets.


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