iSuppli Webinar: The Big Markets for Small/Medium Displays
Jan 27, 2005
The market for small- and medium-sized LCDs displays is going big time, with soaring sales, intensifying competition and expanding applications.
Beyond their core market in mobile phones, these diminutive displays are finding increasing usage in consumer-electronics products including digital still cameras, camcorders, MP3 players and handheld video games. This is spurring interest from LCD suppliers, especially as the large-sized panel market undergoes wild swings that lead to periods of oversupply and weak pricing.
In 2005, small/medium LCD prices are declining rapidly as suppliers try to compete on price and as OEMs attempt to cut prices for consumer goods.
- How much will prices for small/medium LCDs decline in 2005?
- How many suppliers of large LCDs will survive in the small/medium display market?
- What's iSuppli's long-term forecast for small/medium LCDs?
Learn the answers to these questions and more at iSuppli's next Webinar event, entitled: The Big Markets for Small/Medium Displays. Presented by Vinita Jakhanwal, principal analyst, mobile displays for iSuppli, the Webinar will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 8:30 a.m. U.S. Pacific Time.
Attendees can call in to the Webinar to hear the hosts' comments and can use an Internet browser to view the presentation slides. Jakhanwal will take questions from Webinar attendees.
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