Posted by Reineke Reitsma on January 15, 2010
Earlier we shared with you our excitement around our newest addition to the countries we now cover with Forrester Technographics: Latin America. For the ones less familiar with our Technographics offering, please see the text below the graphic.
Recently the data for LATAM came out of the field. Questions we cover include: How large is the PC market in Mexico and Brazil? What brand of PC have consumers purchased most recently? How are PC owners using their PCs?
Please find below some data on PC ownership in Brazil:
The PC markets in Mexico and Brazil are fairly well established, with at least half of consumers owning at least one PC in the home. Interestingly, almost half of the consumers in the low socioeconomic level in Brazil (C1C2) own at least one PC, in contrast to only one-quarter in Mexico (D+).
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