Thanks to the great advancements in technology we’ve seen in the past few decades, we’re now used to some extremely swift communication. Gone are the days when one would have to wait for days to get a letter delivered and correspondence would take weeks to get somewhere.
For hardware producers of any type, it’s becoming a challenge to streamline their products in accordance with the rising demand of a world that’s so invested in technology that software is quickly replacing a lot of hardware. Consequently, hardware manufacturers are constantly staying on their toes trying to improve the design and performance to keep up with the demand.
From computers that are forever chasing the speed of light to phones that unlock at a touch, this year will see even more innovations in technology than we’ve seen before.
Therefore, we listed down all the top trends that hardware producers would need to look out for if they are to survive in the tides of the never-ending tech revolution:
Products, services, all these terms are futile if someone can’t manage to provide their product to their customer in the time they expect it to be delivered. Studies show millennials to be more inclined towards instant gratification, and this is from where the industry has to pick its cue. This is why it’ll be a big challenge for hardware companies to make a warehouse strategy where their products can reach their customers in the desired amount of time. Apart from this, product tracking will also see a rise in demand because let’s face it, who wants to wait in their home all week for a graphics card to be delivered.
Faster, Stronger, Better Devices
The introduction of the iPad into the mainstream market falsely predicted the end of the personal computer. However, better, faster devices have proved that computers aren’t going anywhere, at least not for a while.
Right now, it’s the need of the hour to make portable computers that are better, faster, stronger and hence improve on every aspect of their portability to make them more appealing to the masses.
Let’s Go Wireless
The iPhone already introduced a phone sans the headphone jack, and despite the initial uproar the world does seem to love it. But apart from headphones, there’s another woe: that of the lost chargers. This year, tech might be going wireless by saying goodbye to the wired charger and introducing a charging system that’s more convenient and less liable to make you feel tied up.
Mobile phone security is something that is getting better every day and not without reason. The demand for better security is something that’s been gaining voice ever since the concept of fingerprint scanners first hit the market.
This is why hardware companies are being urged to ditch the pin-codes and the alphanumeric passwords in lieu of the much more convenient and much more secure fingerprint scanners or maybe something even more amazing.