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Consumer Electronics Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Consumer electronics are electronic devices that are meant for everyday usage, typically in the communications, entertainment, and office productivity sectors. Consumer electronics include: computers, smartphones, cameras, video recorders, game consoles, GPS navigators, musical recording and playback equipment, and video media.

The consumer electronic market is comprised of the profit generated through the sales of these products. In the consumer electronic industry, there is an increasing demand for these electronics to be digital or digitally compatible so they can work with computers and additional devices. Consumers want a wider array of new products with more capabilities and expanded services and installations.

Reports in this category address specific market segments for individual consumer electronics and specific components of electronics as well as the general consumer electronic market. Reports present market data at both the national and international level. Reports address potential new markets and new products which could produce new business opportunities.

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Consumer Electronics Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Home Video in Turkey

    ...the review period. Lack of foreign investment brought about a drastic depreciation in the local currency against the euro and the US dollar, and this pushed up the average unit price of the vast majority ... Read More

  • Leading in 3D: Driving Transformation with Mobile First

    ...steps necessary to set up a successful organization that can go about implementing these concepts throughout the organization and transforming not just your IT organization but also the company as a whole through digital transformation. ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in the United Kingdom

    ...spend less on in-car entertainment. This trend was especially strong in in-car navigation, where those consumers who did purchase these products were generally unwilling to spend more than the minimum. Euromonitor International's In-Car Entertainment in ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Turkey

    ...incomes put further pressure on consumer electronics, considering the fact that a significant number of consumers opted to tighten their belts and postponed their purchases of consumer electronics. Euromonitor International's Consumer Electronics in Turkey report ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Austria

    ...primarily the result of lower volume sales, but also partly due to a slight dip in average unit price. More broadly, volume and unit price movements in 2016 confirmed the broader trend which crystallised between ... Read More

  • Home Video in Austria

    ...a reversal in LCD TVs, where current value sales grew by 3% in 2016, mainly thanks to stronger demand, as well as moderately higher unit prices. The gains from improved LCD TVs sales were more ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Mexico highlight the limitations of smartphones and tablets' cameras and to offer more specialised functions for digital cameras such as better optical zooms, high-speed shutters, wireless connectivity and water and weather resistance. Mexican consumers are ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in Austria

    ...attention among a wider range of potential buyers. Euromonitor International's Wearable Electronics in Austria report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the in-home, portable and in-car consumer electronics products markets at ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Austria

    ...increased slightly on average. Euromonitor International's In-Car Entertainment in Austria report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the in-home, portable and in-car consumer electronics products markets at a national level. It ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Mexico

    ...such as Spotify or Netflix, are encouraging the use of hi-fi systems and home cinema and speakers systems. Many consumers are keen to enjoy the audio and video as it was intended to be when ... Read More

  • Home Video in Mexico

    ...end of the review period included Polaroid, Haier, Vios, Insignia, Atvio and TCL. The success of these players was hindered in 2016 by an increasing preference for larger high-end TVs among mid- to high-income consumers, ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Mexico

    ...from rising disposable income levels and an expanding mid-income group, alongside strong new product development. Growth is also being driven by strong price competition among the leading players, retailers and telecommunications operators. The cost of ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Mexico

    ...result in retail volume growth for these products in either year, with 2% decline in 2015 followed by a 3% drop in 2016. This was due to a growing number of new cars featuring built-in ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Austria

    ...of cheaper fixed lens cameras. Smartphones is characterised by a relatively high penetration rate in Austria and the image quality of on-board cameras became very high during the review period, resulting in less consumers being ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Austria

    ...several mature categories (eg computers and peripherals, imaging devices and portable consumer electronics) that suffered a conspicuous decline in volume sales over the review period, succeeded in reducing the rate of decline in demand. Secondly, ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in Mexico

    ...system, such as LG Watch Urban, Moto 360 by Motorola and Sony Smartwatch 3. However, leading brand Apple Watch uses iOS, which is compatible only with its own smartphones, with this aiming to encourage brand ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics Stores in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ...and consumer confidence, as well as increased external competition from mass merchandisers and online retailers that offer lower prices. This has resulted in declining sales of goods retailed by this industry. In the five years ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Taiwan

    ...competition. Intense competition in consumer electronics in Taiwan has restricted companies’ ability to affect prices. Price discounting to boost sales was common in the many consumer electronics categories which experienced decline in 2016. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in South Korea

    ...The high penetration of smartphones in the nation, as well as the high quality of pictures and video recordings of regular smartphones, reduced the demand for imaging devices among the general population; however, personal blog ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Taiwan

    ...cameras. Consumers still mostly prefer a dedicated fixed lens camera that is portable and offers a larger camera sensor compared to smartphones. Euromonitor International's Imaging Devices in Taiwan report offers a comprehensive guide to the ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in South Korea

    ...speakers and OLED TVs were at the forefront of increased volume sales for the year. Portable computers, smartphones and e-readers also posted increases, with product diversification and increased options for consumers. Euromonitor International's Consumer Electronics ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in South Korea

    ...all other categories registered declines in 2016. The culture and trends for enjoying music were rapidly changing and compact, portable, wireless devices were increasingly popular among South Korean consumers. Therefore, the demand for conventional types ... Read More

  • Home Video in South Korea

    ...within LCD TVs, the strong preference for larger-screen TVs above 55 inches was already evident in 2015. The average size of TVs continued to increase, together with higher sales of Ultra-HD (UHD) TVs. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Home Video in Taiwan

    ...TVs have attracted some consumers, but it is not an overall technological evolution. HDR (High Dynamic Range) TVs can highly increase the brightness to make outdoor scenes more vivid. As for its sales development, many ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in South Korea

    ...growth was, however, significantly more stable when compared to volume growth of 207% in 2015. Despite the large price gap between smart wearables and activity wearables, the more-expensive category of smart wearables recorded stronger volume ... Read More

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