Ultra-mobile device is a midsize portable computing device capable of running a high-end operating system such as windows. Some of the ultra-mobile devices includes tablets, thin and lightweight PCs and convertibles. It has the capability to support various application ranging from education to business. The Ultra-mobile devices hold the characteristics of wide range functionality such as cloud-based content accessibility, long battery life, high productivity and with improved computation. The basic use of ultra-mobile devices is input data processing, utilizing content and social networking.
The key driving factors for the growth of global ultra-mobile device market includes the increasing demand for gadgets with characteristics like extended portability, cloud connectivity, portable devices, on-the-go usage and improved accessibility. With rapid technology advancement, there is an increasing demand for easy accessible devices. The tech savvy populous prefer on-the-go connectivity for business applications, entertainment and extended learning content and is expected to fuel the growth of the market as ultra-mobile device offers such solution. However, the major factor expected to inhibit the growth of the ultra-mobile market over the forecasted period is the premium pricing incorporated.
With the growing demand of internet data, ultra-mobile device offers substantial productivity keeping in mind the mobility which large computing device doesn’t offer. Thus, the adoption of ultra-mobile device in various sectors especially in small and medium business (SMB’s) around the globe is observed as an ongoing trend as it is portable device offering similar features of computing device. Global ultra-mobile devices are being adopted by various small and medium business which is effective in enterprise mobility and are being preferred over conventional laptops.
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