Chinese Buy Bigger TVs Than Americans

Posted: Jan 25 2018, 5:53am CST | by , Updated: Jan 25 2018, 9:39am CST, in News | Super Bowl

 

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Chinese Buy Bigger TVs than Americans
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America has changed not just in one way.

For decades, American had the biggest TVs. While Europeans watched soccer on tiny TVs, Americans always had far larger TVs to watch football, even before LCD technology. Now the Chinese buy bigger TVs than Americans. What's the problem, America?

According to the IFA Tech Trends report, the average size of TV screens sold in the United States is expected in 2020 to be over 52 inches, while Chinese consumers will push their country's average considerably higher, to 54.1 inches. That is more than 2 inches on average.

To compare, the Japanese television viewers are expected to buy new TVs with an average screen size of 40 inches. The size preference of Europeans is on average a screen size of 48.9 inches for TVs.

You can still do something about this. 2020 is still two years out. Americans buy the biggest Pickup Trucks, why give up on the lead on TVs? Right now is a great time to get a new big-screen TV as Super Bowl 2018 TV sales are underway. See the best Super Bowl 2018 TV deals on offer at Sam's Club, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and Amazon. Super Bowl 2018 TV sales will continue until the Big Game. Also, don't miss the steep discounts on Sony 4K HDR TVs for Super Bowl the Japanese consumer electronics giant has announced.

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The revelation that the highest demand for big-screen TVs is in China is part of the just-released IFA Tech Trends report. The data is based on real-time point-of-sales data from GfK, a global leader in market and consumer information, and the insights of the team behind IFA Berlin, the world’s largest consumer electronics show both in terms of visitors and business deals struck. The IFA 2018 will take place in Berlin from August 31 to September 5.

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