Internet access devices up 30% in 2004

In-Stat/MDR reveals that the market for Internet access devices (IADs) is expected to increase by nearly 30% over the next year, and is predicted to rise from roughly 427 million units in 2002 to about 880 million units in 2007.

In-Stat/MDR reveals that the market for Internet access devices (IADs) is expected to increase by nearly 30% over the next year, and is predicted to rise from roughly 427 million units in 2002 to about 880 million units in 2007. The research firm defines the IAD market as personal computing devices, such as PCs, laptops, Tablet PCs, PDAs, Internet capable mobile phones, set top boxes (including digital cable boxes and video game consoles), and smart appliances, which include Internet-enabled white goods and consumer electronics such as picture frames, televisions, home audio and e-mail devices.

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