3 Stocks to Watch From the Flourishing Computer Industry
The Computer- Mini Computers industry is benefiting from strong demand for laptops and tablets due to the ongoing work from home and online learning wave. HP (HPQ), Apple (AAPL) and...
Coronavirus outbreak has been beneficial for the Zacks Computer – Mini Computers industry as it raised demand for PCs and tablets significantly. Despite massive supply chain disruption, the ongoing work-from-home and online learning wave have been beneficial for industry participants like HP HPQ, Apple AAPL and 3D Systems DDD.
Strong demand for high-end laptops and smartphones, particularly the availability of 5G-supported iPhones, has been a key catalyst. Further, the launch of foldable as well as AI and ML-infused smartphones, tablets, wearables and hearables is a major growth driver for the industry participants. However, industry-wide components supply constraints might impact PC, smartphone and printer sales in the near term.
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