Global Computer Peripheral Industry
The world computer and peripheral sector is expected to witness yearly growth of 8% between 2010 and 2015, bringing the market to $245 billion in 2015, reports MarketLine.
Computer peripherals refer to electronic equipment connected to a computer by cables. Common computer peripherals include the keyboard, mouse, printer, scanner and disk drive. The industry is characterized by intense competition, with many companies providing various products and services to improve consumer use of computers. These products can be geared toward home use as with personal computers, and also to the business world as with server computers. The global computer and peripherals industry provides connectivity, be it to link consumers and businesses, or businesses and suppliers.