Sony Claims Top Spot In LCD TV Shipments

Posted: Feb 6 2008, 9:01am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:03am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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Sony announced today that it is now the top shipper of LCD TVs in America in Q4 of 2007. Sony currently reports it is the leading brand in 40-44-inch sizes, 45-49-inch and 50-54-inch TVs according to DisplaySearch.

The strong growth of Sony is attributed to increased focus on North America accounting for 29.5% of global LCD shipments for Sony. A strategic alignment with big box retails focusing on 40-inch and larger screens with 1080p resolution during the holidays is cited as well.

Sony had a 12.8% market share in Q4 2007 up from a 9.7% market share the previous quarter. Samsung came in second with a slightly lower 12.3% market share and Vizio was number three with 10.7%. I4U reported in August of 2007 that Vizio was tops in shipments in the US.

Via DisplaySearch

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