HTC has headed the VR market in China
According to research firm Canalys, China is the second largest market of virtual reality. Last year, the supply of the respective devices in the country has exceeded 300 thousand units (15% of the world).
The leader in this market was the Taiwanese company HTC, which shipped more than 50 thousand VR headsets HTC Vive, occupying 17.7% of the local market.
Second place went to Chinese manufacturer DeePoon with a share of 16.9%, and closes the three leaders 3Glasses, which got 9.4 percent.
Fourth place with 9.1 percent took Sony with the PlayStation VR helmet, the supply of which did not exceed 30 thousand units.