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Digitimes Research: LCD TV pricing rises in May
Hana Hu, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Monday 26 May 2014]

The average pricing for LCD TVs sold in the market during May 2014 was up at large as vendors continued to release new units, according to Digitimes Research.

Aside from units sized 46- to 48-inch, LCD TVs pricing increased. Units sized 55-inch saw the biggest increase at 8.3% on month to roughly US$2,002 due to the amount of new TVs equipped with the size released during the time period. Most of the units happened to be Ultra HD TVs.

Entry-level LCD TVs sized 60-inch meanwhile rose to US$1,229, close to what they were priced one year ago while units sized 46- to 48-inch saw small decreases in pricing, said 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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