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Region: Asia
Category: Video Equipment

Asia Video Equipment

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  • Imaging Devices in India

    ... and video content sites like YouTube finding a larger audience, the need for superior content has been growing. A sizeable number of consumers prefer to rely on professional equipment for content creation. Major players have ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in India

    ... to move towards smarter and more integrated products, which can be multifunctional. Growth in smartphones and portable wireless speakers has negatively impacted sales of products in imaging devices, like digital cameras and camcorders, and in-car ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Malaysia

    ... for different types of images. It is therefore quite safe to say that the sole function of digital cameras has been replaced by smartphones for most consumers these days. As consumers invest in quality smartphones, ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Malaysia

    ... combination of smartphones and wireless speakers again cannibalising categories such as audio separates and digital media player docks in 2019. The only category to achieve retail volume growth, although marginal, in 2019 was home cinema ... Read More

  • Home Video in Malaysia

    ... watch a variety of media at home is important to consumers in the country. The improving quality and features of LCD TVs make these the obvious choice as the hub of in-home entertainment systems. Although ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Malaysia

    ... cinema and imaging devices, in which growth was hindered by technological advances in other industries and categories. New product launches and marketing promotions for these products failed to translate to increased sales as many consumers ... Read More

  • Home Video in the Philippines

    ... The middle class in the Philippines is growing, which means that consumers have more disposable income to purchase consumer electronics such as LCD TVs, which a decade ago were only affordable for high-income households. Secondly, ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Turkey

    ... deteriorating economic conditions, which caused a marked slowdown in sales of high-end products, such as SLR cameras, and widespread use of smartphones, which almost completely cannibalised volume sales of fixed-lens cameras. Over the forecast period, ... Read More

  • Home Video in Turkey

    ... televisions, mainly LCD TVs, but the only category to see growth in 2019 was OLED TVs. Such units continued to surge ahead, albeit from a relatively low base. While OLED TVs took some time to ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Singapore

    ... units, homemakers are becoming increasingly conscious of the optimum usage of space. While home cinema and speaker systems can provide more effective virtual sound, they are less compact and require more wires compared to sound ... Read More

  • Home Video in Singapore

    ... households, these screens can become a central hub for interaction with other smart home devices and services. One example is that users can potentially adjust lighting and temperatures in other rooms from their living rooms ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Singapore

    ... the smartphone gets better. For the average consumer who takes photos for memories, the camera on smartphones works sufficiently well for them to print and have something to look back on. Many people would therefore ... Read More

  • Home Video in Russia

    ... competition from alternative devices such as computers, smartphones and wireless devices are making the remaining categories in home video increasingly less relevant. Televisions, however, is set to record reasonable retail volume growth over the forecast ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Russia

    ... cautious about spending due to the weak economic situation. Despite uncertainty regarding the recovery of real income, Russians continued to upgrade their devices in the major categories, such as smartphones, laptops and televisions. Russians are ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in South Korea

    ... the decreasing volume growth rates, with gaming computers and monitors the main ray of light in computers and peripherals, better sound quality and compact size sought after in home audio and cinema, bigger screens and ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in South Korea

    ... produce high-quality pictures. Faced with stagnating growth rates for their products, smartphone manufacturers turned to further development of the smartphone’s camera functions to include wide angle views, increased stabilisation and improved picture quality. Moreover, consumers ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Taiwan

    ... and increasing replacement cycles for many products is prompting manufacturers to continue to invest in researching and developing more innovative devices to persuade consumers to part with their money by upgrading to newer models. This ... Read More

  • Home Video in Japan

    ... bolstered by demand for 4K TVs. 4K broadcasts began in December 2018. Moreover, while most major channels had still not adopted 4K by the time of writing, many consumers believe that 4K TVs can make ... Read More

  • Home Video in South Korea

    ... bigger a screen size, with the most popular TV unit sale size being 55 inches in 2017, but rising to between 55 and 65 inches in 2018. Even single-person households, which tend to have a ... Read More

  • Home Video in Taiwan

    ... the preference amongst some consumers to view digital content on smartphones or laptops, and longer replacement cycles, many Taiwanese are content to keep older products as long as they are still functioning well. This trend ... Read More

  • Home Video in Thailand

    ... entertainment devices. Due to the limited space in apartments, televisions that require less space and less wiring and seem invisible are ideal. Thus, OLED and QLED TVs have an advantage over LCD or LED TVs ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Taiwan

    ... their phones to quickly upload them to social media platforms compared to digital cameras, leading to the latter’s ongoing retail volume decline. The inconvenience of carrying traditional cameras is particularly impacting entry-level models such as ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Thailand

    ... difficult for the digital camera to survive. The exception is the DSLR camera, which is still preferred by professional photographers. Smartphones thus continue to cannibalise imaging devices, especially as more brands are investing heavily in ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Japan

    ... are able to offer on tablets and mobile phones, as well as initial trialling of 5G networks, which are set to be rolled out nationwide in 2020. Meanwhile, shifts in consumer behaviour, including the move ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Indonesia

    ... imaging devices will continue struggling to grow. In 2019, volume sales of digital cameras and digital camcorders continued to decline. This trend hit fixed lens cameras (often known as pocket cameras) the most, because SLR ... Read More

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