eReader sales to reach 9.6 mln units by 2015 in EMEA

Wednesday 20 April 2011 | 13:47 CET | News
More than 1.9 million units of eReaders were shipped in 2010, with most of these distributed in Western European markets, according to a study by IDC. Although EMEA still accounts for over 15 percent of the worldwide market, IDC forecasts sales in this region to reach 9.6 million units by 2015, generating a 37.9 percent CAGR over the forecast period. eReaders have experienced higher growth in North America than in EMEA, mainly as a result of the uptake of Amazon Kindle devices by consumers in the US. However, as many European markets experience double-digit growth rates, the EMEA region is

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