The volume of Internet users is not waning, and many of them are browsing with their mobile devices. In Pakistan, for example, there are now about 9 million online users. With this information, it’s safe to assume that the market for tablets and smartphones will always be afloat. But does this mean the mobile device industry is conquering the desktop market?
Lighter, Better, Faster
Nowadays, Demand for smaller, lighter, and faster mobile devices. Apart from this, websites are being optimized so consumers can have access to them while on the go.
That’s the point; for people who are all over the place, working remotely or always on the go, it’s important for you to have a mobile device in hand so you can access whatever you need – documents, social media, text messaging, or calls.
E-commerce sites also have a growing number of consumers who access their content on their mobile devices and market observers expect these to grow even more in the next few years.
Not So Fast
Desktops will not be obsolete and mobile devices will not replace them anytime soon. Sure, smartphones and tablets may seem like a huge upgrade from their bulky counterparts, but there are limitations to what they are capable of.
While desktops may still be relevant, mobile devices top the list for their “mobile” aspect, as they help consumers continue and become consistent with their daily tasks.
If you’re always on the go and often work from remote locations, and you don’t have an efficient mobile device you can use, add mobile devices to your wish list these holidays.