- Once again the havoc of new variants of corona virus is increasing.
- Strictness has also started in Delhi
- In such a situation, if work from home happens again, then the prices of computers etc. will not increase.
The havoc of the new variant of Coronavirus is increasing. In such a situation, once again the strictness has started. Somewhere Work from Home has also started. By the way, winter vacation is going to happen in Delhi schools. But even after this, if the havoc continues, then there will be classes from home again. But there is one thing relief. Due to the third wave of Covid-19, if work from home starts once again, then there will be no shortage of computers, printers and their parts like last time. Also, there will be no increase in their prices.
The price has gone up as much as
Computer industry experts say that in the last one and a half years, the products of this sector have already become expensive by 30-35 percent. Due to the lockdown, the demand for these products had increased due to work from home, while the supply could not increase in that quantity because most of the raw material comes from China and Taiwan. But this time if there is a lockdown then the prices will not increase. He says most of the people have bought the equipment last year or this year. Now only regular demand will come, so the prices will not increase.
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Changed technology, hence increased prices
Rajiv Singh, managing director of BenQ India, a company that makes computer monitors, projectors, etc., says that technology has changed a lot now than before. Now people spend more time in front of the computer, so monitors are becoming such that there is less damage to the eyes. That is why now there is a VGA port for connecting laptops and USB port for mobile, as well as features like auto brightness, flicker free, blue light control have become necessary. That’s why the prices are increasing.
people want big display
Rajiv Singh says that now the preferences of the people are changing. Apart from office work, the monitor is also being used for entertainment. Hence the demand for 14-15 inch monitors has come down by 20-25 per cent. Now the demand for 24 to 27 inch monitors has increased by 30 to 40 percent. Obviously people have to pay for it too. That’s why their price is also paying 15,000 instead of 5,000.
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