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Research and Markets: Global and Chinese Mobile PC Casing (Enclosure) Industry Report, 2012-2013

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vkjbnk/global_and) has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Mobile PC Casing (Enclosure) Industry Report, 2012-2013" report to their offering.

In 2012, it becomes the most conspicuous trend of notebook casing that the surfaces A, B, C and D employ different materials. The main reason lies in the popularity of Apple Unibody aluminum alloy casing; consequently, other peers follow up Apple's aluminum alloy casing so as to maintain their market share. Yet, it takes a long time and considerable capacity to produce Unibody aluminum alloy casing. The capacity of Unibody aluminum alloy casing giants Foxconn and Catcher has been fully occupied by Apple. The emergence of Ultrabook has also driven the change of materials for notebook casing.

The notebook casing industry scale soared by 11.1% to USD5,620 million in 2012, and it is expected to grow by 10.9% to USD6,130 million in 2013. The notebook output is on the decline, but the notebook casing market size still maintains the growth rate of about 10% due to the wide application of metal casing. In 2012, the tablet PC enclosure industry generated USD2,096 million, rising 49.5% from a year earlier; and the value is expected to ascend by 33.7% to USD2,803 million in 2013.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Global PC Market

1.1 Global PC Market Size

1.2 Notebook Market

1.3 Chinese Notebook Market

1.4 Ultrabook Market

1.5 Tablet PC Market

2 Mobile PC Industry

2.1 Notebook Industry

2.2 Notebook ODM

2.3 Tablet PC Industry

2.4 China Mobile PC Industry

3 Notebook and Tablet PC Casing & Internal Components Industry

3.1 Brief Introduction to Glass Fiber Casing

3.2 Metal Casing and Internal Components

3.3 Carbon Fiber Casing

3.4 Contrast between Various Notebook Casing Materials

3.5 Development Trends of Notebook Casing

3.6 Mobile PC Casing Industry Scale

3.7 Ranking in Mobile PC Casing Industry

4 Mobile PC OEMs

4.1 Quanta

4.2 Compal

4.3 Wistron

4.4 Inventec Inventec

4.5 Pegatron

5 Mobile PC Casing Manufacturers

Companies Mentioned

- Catcher

- Chia Chang

- Chunqiu Technology

- Compal

- Dragon Tech Precision

- Foxconn

- Getac

- Hamagawa

- Huan Hsin

- Intops

- Inventec Inventec

- Ju Teng

- Kangzhun Electronic Technology

- Mobase

- Pegatron

- Pttech

- Quanta

- Sentien

- Shengmei

- Waffer

- Wistron

- Zhanyun

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vkjbnk/global_and

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