In the third quarter of 2020, China’s tablet shipment reached about 6.9 million units, with a year-on-year increase of 21.7%, according to data from IDC. Apple ranks second in tablet shipment in Q3 while Lenovo has the fastest growth. The shipment of slate tablet in China was about 3.34 million, down 11.6% year on year; […]
China’s tablet shipment totaled 3.73 million units in the first quarter of 2020, a decrease of 29.8% due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The total tablet shipment in China grew by 0.8% to 22.4 million units in 2019. Apple and Huawei are the top two tablet vendors in China in 2019, followed by Xiaomi, Lenovo, and Microsft. In the fourth quarter of 2019, China’s tablet computer market shipments were about 5.81 million units, which began to decline after […]
Over 70% China tablet users use tablets on a daily basis for an average 1.9 hours per day according to a Tencent research.
GlobalWebIndex data showed that 65% of netizen worldwide accessed internet via mobile phone, while the percentage was even higher in specific country-China had 83% mobile internet penetration with approximately 383 million netizens.
According to China SARFT, or State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, China TV open rate has dropped from 70% to 30% in 2013. The report showed that under the impact of PC, tablet and smartphone, TV open rate dropped from 70% three years ago to 30% in 2013. Senior became the majority of traditional […]
Tablet had became the third electronic products, after notebook and smartphone. ZDC, a ZOL Data Center, did a research on Chinese tablet users behavior in September 2013, based on data from ZOL website. According to the research, more than 70% users surveyed own tablets. Convenience was the top reason for having a tablet.
61.7 % of 16 million post-90s surf the Internet everyday, which accounts for 13% of the total number of China Internet users. About half of China post-90s generation use internet more than four times per day; over 40% of them surf internet through mobile devices.
According to Nielsen’s report on Hong Kong digital behavior, 87% of Hong Kong consumers have used the Internet in the past 12 months, compared to neighboring markets such as Singapore (67%), Malaysia (38%), Thailand (31%), Philippines (30%) and Indonesia (19%).