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Media > Personal computers: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Personal computers are self-contained computers designed to be used by a single individual.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 223.81 million 2004
2 Japan 69.2 million 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 63.49 million 2004
3 China 52.99 million 2004
4 Germany 45 million 2004
5 United Kingdom 35.89 million 2004
6 France 35 million 2005
7 South Korea 26.2 million 2004
8 Canada 22.39 million 2004
9 Italy 21.49 million 2005
10 Brazil 19.35 million 2004
High income OECD countries average (profile) 18.16 million 2004
11 Russia 17.4 million 2005
Non-religious countries average (profile) 17.12 million 2004
12 India 17 million 2005
13 Mexico 14 million 2005
14 Australia 13.72 million 2004
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 13.31 million 2004
15 Spain 12 million 2005
16 Netherlands 11.11 million 2004
17 Saudi Arabia 8.48 million 2004
NATO countries average (profile) 8.03 million 2004
Eurozone average (profile) 7.47 million 2004
18 Poland 7.36 million 2004
19 Iran 7.35 million 2004
Former British colonies average (profile) 7.21 million 2004
European Union average (profile) 7.01 million 2004
20 Sweden 6.86 million 2004
Emerging markets average (profile) 6.69 million 2004
21 Switzerland 6.43 million 2005
22 Israel 5.04 million 2004
23 Austria 5 million 2005
24 Malaysia 4.9 million 2004
25 Hong Kong 4.17 million 2005
26 South Africa 3.97 million 2005
Catholic countries average (profile) 3.73 million 2004
27 Thailand 3.72 million 2004
28 Turkey 3.7 million 2004
29 Philippines 3.68 million 2004
30 Belgium 3.63 million 2004
31 Denmark 3.54 million 2004
32 Sudan 3.25 million 2005
33 Argentina 3.2 million 2004
34 Indonesia 3.02 million 2004
=35 Peru 2.8 million 2005
=35 Egypt 2.8 million 2005
37 Norway 2.63 million 2004
38 Singapore 2.59 million 2002
39 Finland 2.52 million 2004
=40 Czech Republic 2.45 million 2004
=40 Romania 2.45 million 2004
42 Chile 2.3 million 2005
43 Venezuela 2.15 million 2004
44 Ireland 2.01 million 2004
45 Slovakia 1.93 million 2005
46 New Zealand 1.92 million 2004
47 Colombia 1.89 million 2005
48 Ukraine 1.81 million 2005
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 1.74 million 2004
South Asia average (profile) 1.71 million 2001
49 Bangladesh 1.65 million 2004
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 1.6 million 2004
50 Hungary 1.48 million 2004
51 Portugal 1.4 million 2004
52 Zimbabwe 1.2 million 2005
OPEC countries average (profile) 1.07 million 2002
53 Vietnam 1.04 million 2004
54 Greece 986,000 2004
55 Costa Rica 930,000 2004
56 Nigeria 867,000 2004
57 United Arab Emirates 850,000 2004
58 Croatia 842,000 2004
59 Slovenia 808,000 2005
60 Syria 800,000 2005
61 Morocco 740,000 2005
62 Estonia 650,000 2005
Muslim countries average (profile) 621,053.29 2002
=63 Pakistan 600,000 2001
=63 Kuwait 600,000 2005
65 Tunisia 568,106 2005
66 Lithuania 533,000 2004
67 Sri Lanka 529,650 2004
68 Ecuador 514,020 2005
69 Latvia 501,000 2004
70 Bulgaria 461,000 2004
71 Paraguay 460,000 2005
72 Uruguay 430,000 2004
73 Lebanon 409,400 2005
74 Burma 400,000 2005
75 Serbia and Montenegro 389,000 2004
76 Cuba 377,000 2005
77 Papua New Guinea 367,000 2004
=78 El Salvador 350,000 2005
=78 Algeria 350,000 2005
80 Mongolia 340,000 2005
=81 Jordan 300,000 2004
=81 Yemen 300,000 2004
=81 Kenya 300,000 2003
84 Luxembourg 290,000 2005
85 Tanzania 278,000 2004
86 Cote d'Ivoire 262,000 2004
=87 Senegal 250,000 2005
=87 Uganda 250,000 2005
89 Cyprus 249,000 2004
90 Guatemala 231,000 2004
91 Ethiopia 225,000 2004
=92 Nicaragua 220,000 2005
=92 Namibia 220,000 2004
94 Bolivia 210,000 2004
Former French colonies average (profile) 200,113.83 2004
=95 Mauritius 200,000 2004
=95 Armenia 200,000 2004
=95 Iraq 200,000 2002
98 Azerbaijan 194,700 2005
99 Georgia 192,000 2004
100 Togo 185,000 2005
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 178,297.5 2002
101 Jamaica 166,000 2004
102 Cameroon 160,000 2004
103 Panama 147,357 2005
104 Iceland 142,000 2005
105 Macau 135,000 2004
106 Qatar 133,000 2004
107 Libya 130,000 2002
108 Bahrain 121,000 2004
109 Oman 118,000 2004
110 Nepal 116,199 2004
111 Zambia 113,000 2004
112 Moldova 112,200 2004
=113 Ghana 112,000 2004
=113 Mozambique 112,000 2004
115 Honduras 110,000 2004
116 Trinidad and Tobago 103,000 2003
=117 Laos 100,000 2005
=117 Kyrgyzstan 100,000 2005
119 Madagascar 91,000 2004
120 Botswana 80,000 2004
121 Malta 66,611 2005
122 Somalia 50,000 2004
123 Cape Verde 48,000 2004
=124 Gabon 45,000 2005
=124 Mali 45,000 2005
=126 Guinea 44,000 2004
=126 Fiji 44,000 2004
128 Mauritania 42,000 2004
129 Barbados 40,000 2005
130 Cambodia 38,000 2004
=131 Swaziland 36,000 2004
=131 Maldives 36,000 2004
=131 Albania 36,000 2002
=134 Belize 35,000 2002
=134 Eritrea 35,000 2005
=136 Bermuda 34,000 2002
=136 Burundi 34,000 2004
138 Benin 32,000 2005
139 Burkina Faso 31,400 2005
140 Brunei 31,000 2004
141 Guyana 29,000 2005
142 French Polynesia 28,000 2005
143 Angola 27,000 2002
144 Saint Lucia 26,000 2004
145 Malawi 25,100 2005
146 San Marino 24,000 2004
147 The Gambia 23,000 2004
148 Solomon Islands 22,000 2005
149 Suriname 20,000 2001
150 Djibouti 19,000 2005
151 Congo, Republic of the 17,000 2004
=152 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 16,000 2004
=152 Grenada 16,000 2004
=152 Seychelles 16,000 2005
155 Chad 15,000 2004
=156 Dominica 13,000 2004
=156 Bhutan 13,000 2005
158 Central African Republic 12,000 2005
159 Saint Kitts and Nevis 11,000 2004
160 Niger 10,000 2005
161 Equatorial Guinea 7,000 2004
162 Greenland 6,000 1995
=163 Tonga 5,000 2004
=163 Marshall Islands 5,000 2004
=163 Comoros 5,000 2004
=166 Vanuatu 3,000 2004
=166 Faroe Islands 3,000 1994
168 Samoa 1,200 2002
169 Kiribati 1,000 2004

Citation

"Countries Compared by Media > Personal computers. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Media/Personal-computers

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Interesting observations about Media > Personal computers

United States has had the highest personal computers since 1981.
Kiribati has ranked last for personal computers since 1998.
Brazil ranked first for personal computers amongst Hot countries in 2004.
All of the top 2 countries by personal computers are G7.
France ranked first for personal computers amongst Catholic countries in 2005.
Saudi Arabia ranked first for personal computers amongst Muslim countries in 2004.
Vietnam ranked first for personal computers amongst Former French colonies in 2004.
All of the top 2 countries by personal computers are Heavily indebted.
Germany ranked first for personal computers amongst Eurozone in 2004.
All of the top 2 countries by personal computers are High income OECD.

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