Potentially, but adjustments could be over 3 years
Just a remark, chart track is supposed to track 90% of the UK market. So it's certainly the better tracker in the world, so how can it be possible they make so big mistake to estimate the 10% they don't track. I think particulary to the DSI which was preliminary tracked at 100k during its first week and then at 92k.
If with the coverage they really track, they had obtain 90k sales, they could have extrapolate to 100k for the entire UK market, and so they have primary estimate to 10k the sales they don't know. But with their adjustement next, they give 92k, and so they change the 10k by 2k (or it's absolutely not that!!!!). It's enormous i find.
What do you think about that?
Edit: it's certainly not that, because, it's 103,000 and not 100,000, as i thought remember:
Update: Chart-Track has now revised its figures for the DSi launch, down from 103,000 to 92,000 units.