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...
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.
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
this article shows how disconnected junko to china.
the brands are a fingertip a way,
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