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Repercussions of Russian-Ukrainian War and Rising Inflation, E-sports LCD Monitor Shipments Estimated at Approximately 26.1 Million Units in 2022, Annual Growth Reduced to 14%, Say TrendForce

2022/03/31

Display

According to the latest TrendForce research, although factors such as panel and component mismatch and supply issues and the fading effects of the stay-at-home economy influenced shipments of e-sports LCD monitors (defined as refresh rates above 100Hz) in 2021, many brands targeted e-sports LCD monitors in 4Q21 with a strategy of aggressively reducing e-sports product pricing to prompt a volume surge and successfully boosted shipments of e-sports LCD monitors to 228 million units in 2021, with an annual growth rate of 24% However, growth momentum will slow in 2022 In addition to long lead times, the most significant variable remains the impact of the Russian-Ukrainian war If the war continues, it will impair European market demand and affect the shipment performance of e-sports-related products In addition, the Russian-Ukrainian war has triggered a surge in the prices of crude oil, metal, and agricultural commodities, spiking previously growing inflationary pressure Thus, TrendForce conservatively estimates shipments of e-sports LCD monitors at 261 million units in 2022, with an annual growth rate of 14% In terms of product types, the market share of flat-screen e-sport LCD monitors reached 59% in 2021, officially surpassing the 41% of curved monitors Last year, when Samsung Display (SDC) faded out of the supply chain, it caused a shortage in the supply of curved panels, increasing the magnitude of price hikes In addition, the supply of flat IPS e-sports products continued to increase, resulting in a decline in the competitiveness of the curved panel market In 2022, the market share of flat and curved panels will remain unchanged but the supply of curved gaming panels from the two major suppliers, AUO and CSOT, will continue to grow with curved e-sports panel pricing the first to fall The cost-effective advantage of whole curved e-sports devices has reemerged, which will bump the market share of curved e-sports LCD monitors to 43% In terms of e-sports product resolution, FHD (1920x1080), QHD (2560x1440), UHD (3840x2160), and Ultra-wide (2560x1080/3440x1440/5120x1440, etc), in 2021, FHD captured the highest market share at 629% followed by QHD, Ultra-wide, and UHD TrendForce believes, in addition to continuously improving e-sports product specifications, the simultaneous improvement of resolution will assist monitor brands in maintaining or improving profitability Especially since, starting from 4Q21, the supply of 34-inch (21:9) wide-screen VA products increased significantly This coupled with noticeable panel price reductions, expands profit margin and allows monitor brands more room to operate and is expected to drive wide-screen monitors to compete for a 134% market share in 2022 For more information on reports and market data from TrendForce’s Department of Display Research, please click here, or email Ms Vivie Liu from the Sales Department at vivieliu@trendforcecom For additional insights from TrendForce analysts on the latest tech industry news, trends, and forecasts, please visit our blog at https://insidertrendforcecom/

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Shipments of LCD Monitors with Mini LED Backlighting Estimated at Approximately 51,000 units in 2021, Samsung Leads Market Share with 58%, Says TrendForce

2021/12/29

Display

High contrast and brightness Mini LED products have been developing aggressively, according to TrendForce’s investigations Therefore, several LCD monitor brands have launched high-end LCD monitor products with Mini LED backlighting (Mini LED wafer size is defined as between 75~500µm) In 2021, the price of Mini LED-backlit LCD monitors fell between US$2,300 and US$5,000 For example, a 315-inch Mini LED backlit model is priced approximately 4 to 8 times that of model of the same size featuring a traditional LED backlight This is a product that resides at the top of the pyramid Due to high pricing and its recent introduction, market scale is relatively limited Total shipments of LCD monitors equipped with Mini LED backlights is estimated at 51,000 units in 2021 Looking forward to 2022, QD OLED LCD monitors and OLED LCD monitors will join the ranks of products fighting for a share of the high-end LCD monitor market Mini LED LCD monitor shipments are forecast to reach 65,000 units at most in 2022, or an annual growth rate of 27% This year, Samsung was ranked first in market share in terms of Mini LED equipped LCD monitor brands Its Mini LED LCD monitor targets e-sports players and emphasizes high cost performance, which Samsung has converted into a 58% market share Dell focuses on professional creators as its main customer base, so its products are designed to meet highly-demanding specifications Dell takes second place with a market share of 29% ASUS also specializes in e-sports and comes in third with approximately 12% of the market  In addition, in terms of the market share of Mini LED backlit LCD monitors based on size, there are currently only three product sizes on the market, 49-inch, 315-inch and 27-inch Samsung has launched an exclusive 49-inch 32:9 model which accounts for the entirety of Samsung’s 58% market share Both Dell and ASUS have launched 315-inch models that account for a 39% market share Lastly, 27-inch models account for only a 3% market share    For more information on reports and market data from TrendForce’s Department of Display Research, please click here, or email Ms Vivie Liu from the Sales Department at vivieliu@trendforcecom For additional insights from TrendForce analysts on the latest tech industry news, trends, and forecasts, please visit our blog at https://insidertrendforcecom/

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Annual Curved Monitor Shipment for 2021 Expected to Reach 15.6 Million Units Due to Component Shortages in 1H21 and Slowing Demand in 2H21, Says TrendForce

2021/08/16

Consumer Electronics

Shipment of curved monitors for 1H21 was constrained by the shortage of such components as panels and scaler ICs, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations As countries begin to lift pandemic-related restrictions following increased vaccinations in Europe and the US in 2H21, consumer demand generated by the stay-at-home economy has undergone a noticeable slowdown as well Taking these factors into account, TrendForce therefore expects annual curved monitor shipment for 2021 to reach about 156 million units, a 10% YoY increase TrendForce finds that curved monitor shipment for 2Q21 reached about 341 million units, a 61% QoQ decrease Samsung once again took leadership position with a quarterly shipment of 109 million units and a 32% market share Coming in second place was AOC/Philips, which posted a 12% market share with a shipment of 410,000 units Finally, MSI and Dell each took third place and fourth place with 10% and 8% in market share, respectively It should be pointed out that, SDC, the largest supplier of curved monitor panels last year, reduced their production of LCD monitor panels considerably in 1H21 As a result, brands which had heavily relied on SDC’s panel supply, including Samsung Electronics, AOC/Philips, HP, and HKC, experienced QoQ declines of 21%, 36%, 64%, and 32%, respectively, in their shipments of curved monitors for 2Q21 Conversely, LGE, Acer, and Dell saw QoQ increases of 110%, 47%, and 38%, respectively, in their curved monitor shipment for 2Q21 against the market downtrend These companies’ growths can be attributed to the fact that they did not adopt SDC panels for most of the models in their curved monitor lineups while SDC was the predominant supplier of curved monitor panels LGE, in particular, did not procure panels from SDC at all Instead, these aforementioned companies have mostly been sourcing panels from AUO or CSOT for their newly released curved monitors, meaning they will be relatively unaffected by SDC’s shuttering going forward For more information on reports and market data from TrendForce’s Department of Display Research, please click here, or email Ms Vivie Liu from the Sales Department at vivieliu@trendforcecom For additional insights from TrendForce analysts on the latest tech industry news, trends, and forecasts, please visit our blog at https://insidertrendforcecom/

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Monitor Shipment for 2021 Expected to Reach 150 Million Units Due to Strong Demand Generated by COVID-19 Pandemic, Says TrendForce

2021/05/12

Display

Owing to high demand generated by the proliferation of WFH and distance education, monitor shipment for 2020 reached 140 million units, an 86% growth YoY, which represents the highest growth in about 10 years, according TrendForce’s latest investigations With demand persisting through 1H21, monitor shipment for 1Q21 underwent a staggering YoY increase of 341%, and this figure is projected to exceed 10% for 2Q21 Total monitor shipment for 2021 will likely reach 150 million units, a 73% growth YoY Gaming monitors, which have been gaining attention in the monitor market, are expected to make up 173% of this total and reach 259 million units in shipment in 2021 In addition to being one of the most in-demand applications in the stay-at-home economy, this product category has long been a resource-intensive focus of monitor brands and panel suppliers alike TrendForce indicates that, among the top 10 largest monitor brands, Samsung Electronics and Asus are expected to record the most remarkable shipment growths in 2021 Although Samsung is drastically cutting down on the panel supply of its subsidiary Samsung Display this year, it has also been aiming to expand its share in the monitor market since last year Samsung therefore already has preparations in place regarding the procurement of panels and monitors from third-party manufacturers Samsung’s monitor shipment for 2021 is expected to undergo a 20% growth YoY, the highest among the top 10 brands On the other hand, Asus is expected to post a more than 10% growth YoY this year thanks to high demand in the consumer markets as well as skyrocketing sales of its gaming monitors Monitor brands are likely to raise their products’ retail prices in 2Q21 in light of surging panel prices caused by shortage In spite of the strong upward momentum in the monitor market, the supply chain of panels and other key components has been unable to meet the demands of monitor brands, in turn partially inhibiting the potential growth of monitor shipment in 1H21 TrendForce further indicates that panel supply fell short of panel demand by as much as 11% in 1Q21, and the resultant shortage caused panel prices to enter a gradual upward trajectory Prices of panel modules increased by about US$35-45 on average in both March and April As the shortage of panels remains unaddressed in May, TrendForce expects panel prices to continue their climb throughout the month On the whole, TrendForce believes that certain brands are starting to experience financial losses in 2Q21 since panel prices have been increasing for nearly nine months Brands will thus start raising the retail prices of their monitors in 2Q21 in response to rising costs As such, whether the high demand for monitors in the consumer markets will persist going forward remains to be seen For more information on reports and market data from TrendForce’s Department of Display Research, please click here, or email Ms Vivie Liu from the Sales Department at vivieliu@trendforcecom

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Given 105% YoY Growth in 2020, Gaming Monitor Shipment Expected to Exceed 25 Million Units This Year, a 41% Growth YoY, Says TrendForce

2021/03/02

Display

Yearly gaming monitor (defined as having a refresh rate of at least 100Hz) shipment reached 184 million units in 2020, a 105% increase YoY, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations This growth took place because monitor brands and panel suppliers poured considerable resources into this product category and because the stay-at-home economy generated a high demand for gaming monitors TrendForce expects the gaming monitor market to remain in an upward trajectory in 2021, with a forecasted yearly shipment of about 259 million units, a 41% increase YoY TrendForce analyst Anita Wang indicates that, among the top five largest gaming monitor brands in 2020, MSI registered a remarkable 114% YoY growth in its gaming monitor shipment for the year Although the company had primarily focused on curved gaming monitors, it began diversifying its offerings and expanding its lineup of flat IPS monitors in 2020 MSI’s 114% YoY growth far exceeded the market average and was the highest among the top five brands Thanks to Asus’ large-scale expansion of its gaming product lineup and an aggressive effort to procure components since early 2020, Asus’ yearly shipment of gaming monitors reached a 108% increase YoY At the same time, Asus’ performance in the gaming monitor segment also resulted in the highest total yearly monitor shipment in the company’s history In terms of monitor shipment (which includes both gaming and non-gaming monitors), Asus’ YoY % growth was the highest among the top 10 brands AOC/Philips saw a 102% YoY growth in their gaming monitor shipment for 2020, due to the high sales of their mainstream curved gaming monitors and flat IPS monitors, both of which contributed to an increase in AOC/Philips’ market share At the same time, AOC/Philips is set to release high-end Mini LED models this year, giving them a more comprehensive monitor portfolio On the other hand, with regards to gaming monitor panels, SDC (Samsung Display Co) led the field with a 35% market share in 2020 However, as SDC makes a gradual exit from the panel manufacturing business this year, the gaming monitor panel market has become a hotly contested sector for the remaining suppliers In particular, AUO, which was ranked second in terms of market share in 2020, is expected to leapfrog its competitors and score the highest share in the gaming monitor panel market this year as it continues to expand the volume of panels that it supplies to gaming monitor manufacturers For more information on reports and market data from TrendForce’s Department of Display Research, please click here, or email Ms Vivie Liu from the Sales Department at vivieliu@trendforcecom

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