TVs, laptops, and pills have always been very important Covid-19 plague, as humans work and study through Zoom, Skype-friendly, and resume Netflix to minimize cluttered clutter. But the extra time also helped to develop a semiconductor supply that makes the prices of other items go up — starting with TVs.
In recent months, the price of major TVs has risen by almost 30% compared to last summer, according to a market research company NPD. Jumping comes as a result of current problems, and it proves that repair is more difficult than just increasing production. It may be only a matter of time before other devices that use the same circles – laptops, tablets, and VR headphones in their midst – become equally disruptive.
Some manufacturers have already commented on inflation. Asus, a computer programmer in Taiwan, He said the three-month earnings in March that lower prices could mean “higher prices up,” which could affect consumers.
“Prices are indeed – unfortunately – rising,” said Michael Hurlston, CEO of My Synaptics, A company that sells integrated circular screens for window screens to electronics manufacturers. “Sometimes we offer the prices to our customers, and we hear that they are just adding to their customers.”
While its squeezing is felt on the semiconductor manufacturing industry, the integrated circuits that have the displays cause some problems. Since they are not very advanced, circuits are produced in chip factories that are several generations later. With party-makers focusing on the production of high-quality seeds that provide the essentials, there will be no substantial incentive to replace old ones. It is not possible to produce more even if it is necessary.
All types of devices have already been affected by the lack of chip. Sony told experts this week that the PlayStation 5 will remain in short supply through 2022 due to crunch. Companies that act like electronics retailers say some things see prices jumping out of control; The electrical controllers used in many products that often cost 50 cents have been selling for $ 70.
Peggy Carrieres, vice president AVNet, electronics retailer. “As a result, the new prices will reach the point of sale, as well as sales.”
Even with the same type of integrated components, the complexity is different. “Anything with a fabric that will be made is affected by the increase in prices,” he says. Paul Gagnon, senior director of electronic research at accounting companies Omdia. This includes PC manufacturers, he says, are able to avoid an increase in sales of devices of the same price but, for example, less memory.
Electronics Dealer Stability drought-stricken people, says Paul Collas, vice president of sales. He claims that Monoprice will not raise prices but will be able to stop advertising and other advertising. “Sometimes we also see the need to give more money to our friends to make sure that long distances are protected to support our giving.”
The combination of factors has contributed to an unprecedented drought. The epidemic led to a spate of domestic electricity and cloud services, and the economic downturn also led some industries to misjudge the need.
Its challenges were even greater than the common customer expertise. The arms industry, in particular, has been left with empty feet in the hope of selling out less. After negligently removing orders for semiconductor components, most car manufacturers have them had to stop making while waiting for additional resources to arrive. A major disruption of the traumatic material was also exacerbated, including a fire in March that shut down a Japanese plant that produces several semiconductor devices – including integrated circuits.