Fiberboard is going to replace traditional gaming monitors in the future.
That’s according to a new report by the tech and consumer products firm IDC, which found that gamers and enthusiasts were using the new monitors more than ever in the first half of this year.
While the majority of consumers aren’t going to ditch their gaming monitors, it’s important to note that gamers are using a number of different gaming headsets.
There are monitors that support both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR headsets, but those are the ones that people are most likely to be using right now.
IDC says that in the last half of 2017, users of the Oculus VR headset used more than 80 percent of the monitors it reviewed.
In the second half of that year, however, those use rates jumped to 89 percent, the company says.
The company also found that the use of gaming monitors by gamers jumped from 35 percent to 67 percent over the same period, while the use rate for headsets that support VR is dropping from 45 percent to 35 percent.
It’s also worth noting that the overall gaming market has seen some growth in recent years.
The number of people who are using PCs and mobile devices to play games jumped from 2.7 million in 2016 to 3.3 million in 2017.
Meanwhile, gaming headsets have been a major part of the consumer PC market for some time now, and while the overall market is growing, that growth hasn’t been as fast as it’s been for gaming monitors.
That trend has started to change, however.
IDS says that the PC gaming market grew by more than 50 percent in 2017 compared to 2016, while mobile gaming grew by about 40 percent over that same period.
It says that this is due to the increased number of gaming PCs that people have bought in the past year.
But as of 2017 the market for gaming headsets has been shrinking, which could be an indication that consumers are starting to abandon the traditional gaming headsets they’ve been using for years.
This is a major shift for gaming, and it’s a major change for the gaming industry.