According to sources in Shenzhen, Allwinner holds as much as 60
percent of the white box market and shipped 3.5 million apps processors in August alone. Allwinner is
said to have shipped 5 million apps processors in October,
generating $30 million revenue (at a $6 average selling price). If
The momentum behind white box tablet production in
Shenzhen is building. Chinese sources now believe shipments have climbed from 6 million units in August to 9 million in October.
Who’s buying all these tablets?
A source in Beijing describes them as “tablets shipped by no-name brands
at about $50.” The end market is not necessarily China, but “mostly
emerging economies including Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Eastern
Europe, South America and Africa, etc.” He added that Chinese consumers "have
similar tastes and demands as those living in the developed world. They
don’t really buy these low-end tablets. They buy iPad or Samsung.”
If true, we may need to rethink not just the size of the booming tablet
market, but the consumer revolution triggered by the tablet market well beyond China's border.
The lack of recognizable brand
names makes it that much harder to track unit
shipments. Plus, chip shipment figures can be inflated or double-counted. Then there is China's vast
Even taking all of those factors in
account, the explosion of tablets in emerging markets is no mirage –
and it might be spreading much faster than any one imagined.
For example, one source in Shenzhen estimates that annual shipment of white box tablets this year could hit 50 million units.
this article shows how disconnected junko to china.
the brands are a fingertip a way,
i don't agree, i think Junko did great job to research China industry and market. your list is just part of brands, they came from Shanzhai, but there are more output we have never known coz they are labeled with many many brands exported. we can find some in X-cargo
The white box market is exciting and mysterious at the same time. As gasdfnq mentioned, one tablet design can be turned into products bearing a countless number of brands. Figuring out the numbers is tough for many market research firms.
He added that Chinese consumers "have similar tastes and demands as those living in the developed world. They don’t really buy these low-end tablets. They buy iPad or Samsung.”
Ok, here is one more example, the above statement is just a joke. she really believed and quoted it...
David Patterson, known for his pioneering research that led to RAID, clusters and more, is part of a team at UC Berkeley that recently made its RISC-V processor architecture an open source hardware offering. We talk with Patterson and one of his colleagues behind the effort about the opportunities they see, what new kinds of designs they hope to enable and what it means for today’s commercial processor giants such as Intel, ARM and Imagination Technologies.