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Digitimes Research: Pricing for 32-inch entry-level LCD TVs up 3% on year in March
Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Tuesday 18 March 2014]

Average pricing for entry-level LCD TVs sized 32-inch reached US$361 in March 2014, down US$2 on month but up 3% on year, according to Digitimes Research.

In terms of entry-level TVs sized 40- to 43-inch, pricing went up from US$528 in February to US$563 in March while 46- to 49-inch units rose from US$768 to US$791.

Meanwhile, 50-inch units at large have dropped on average from US$872 to US$833 on month in March while 60-inch units from Samsung and Sharp have risen from US$937 to US$1,015, added Digitimes Research.

Content from this blog post was provided by the Digitimes Research Tracking team, which focuses on shipment data and market trends in the global mobile device supply chain. Digitimes Research provides quarterly tracking services for market sectors such as Global Tablet, China Smartphone, China Smartphone AP, China Touch Panel, Taiwan ICT and Taiwan FPD. Click here for more information about Digitimes Research Tracking services.

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