CRT monitors show dramatic sales slump

By Julio Franco
Apr 1, 2003
  1. Get used to it as we continue to hear more about it. Some of the bigger monitor manufacturers have already started a process in which they will eventually move all their capacity to TFT-LCD screens that keep dropping in price and will take over the huge market CRT monitors have kept for so long. If you can recall, Sony announced a couple of months ago they would stop producing smaller CRT monitors (< 20") in favor of flat LCDs.

    But year on year, there was a slump of 23 per cent in shipments, with the total number of CRT monitors shipping in 2002 falling to 24,254,054 – compared to around 33 million in the previous year. In value, the CRT market was down by 12.2% in the fourth calendar quarter of 2002, worth $1 billion.
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