Compact Devices with Major Functionalities to Drive UMD Market Growth

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Ultra mobile devices, also known as the ultra-mobile personal computers (UMPC), are notebook computers with the physical properties such as display screen and overall size calibrated down to reduce the weight of the device and make it more compact. These devices have come up as one of the most selling computing gadgets in the last few years. These easy to carry and portable devices which are packed with major functionalities and capacities that of a conventional personal computers, are slowly outgrowing and outselling the traditional personal computer models. Market analysts expect that these ultra-mobile devices will soon replace traditional computers in the public as well professional spaces. With the outstanding rate of advancements in technology, this sector of computing gadgets is projected to achieve in a short period, the overall transition does not seem far off. Distinct advances in screes, battery life, processing technologies are helping this change and is expected to make it technically very likely to develop such portable gadgets that can easily rival with the current day traditional computers.

The important varieties of these ultra-mobile devices available in market such as utility UMD, basic UMD, and premium UMD. Of these, the premium UMD segment accounted for a dominant share in the market in terms of revenue generated. Functional capacities equal or optimized as compared with the traditional personal computers, high costs, and compact size have made the segment of premium UMDs as one of the most profitable.

Depending on the operating system, the global UMD market can be segmented into Android, Mac, Open Source, and Windows. Currently, the Windows category can be seen to be leading the global market for ultra-mobile devices and is expected to continue its dominance over the coming years.

From a geographical standpoint, the global market for ultra-mobile devices can be segmented into key regions such as Latin America, Middle East and Africa, North America, Asia Pacific, and North America. Of these regional segments, the North America market significantly contributed to the overall revenue of the global market. The existence of an affluent base of customers and some of the best manufacturers of UMD have aided in the rise of the North America market to the top spot.

Emerging nations across the regions such as Latin America and North America can now be seen as one of the most profitable destinations across the globe for the growth of personal computer market thanks to the growth of population of affluent and digital aware customers. In addition to this, burgeoning businesses and education segments in these regions are also expected to help in driving the growth of the market in these regions.

Some of the key players in the global ultra-mobile devices market include names such as HTC Corporation, Google, Microsoft Corporation, Dell, ASUSTek, Lenevo, Apple Inc., Samsung, HP Development Company, and Sony among others. All the companies in the market are striving hard to gain an upper hand in the market and are thus indulging into strategic business activities such as offering advanced products and better services to enhance their market presence.

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