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Online connect Guide for Consumer Electronics

Mark Peters : 2005-12-20 19:02:00
Online connect Guide for Consumer Electronics : This holiday season, thousands of consumers will receive gifts of home audio and video products. To get these products up and running as quickly as possible, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) provides consumers with the CEA Connections Guide (www.ceaconnectionsguide.com), an online Flash program that takes users step-by-step through the set-up process to interconnect consumer electronics products. "Many consumers will be excited to receive a new TV, DVR or audio system or other consumer electronics, yet quickly turn frustrated without the knowledge or the necessary cables to set it up properly with their existing audio-video equipment," said CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro.


MP3 players & digital cameras popular under teens

Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-06 20:27:00
MP3 players & digital cameras popular under teens : According to a study released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), portable MP3 players rank as the most wanted gift among teens this holiday season. Seventeen percent of teenagers in the study selected the device as a desired gift, a 9 percent increase over 2003. Video game consoles, computers, portable gaming devices and cell phones rounded out the top five on teens' technology wish lists. "With portable music players in high demand and the next generation of video game consoles set to launch, teens are clear about what they want this holiday season," said Sean Wargo, CEA's director of industry analysis.


Consumer electronics sales rises by 9%

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 18:30:33
Consumer electronic sales rises by 9% : Digital cameras, flat panels, communications devices and MP3 players continue to drive consumer electronics (CE) industry sales growth as evidenced in figures released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) in its revised U.S. Consumer Electronics Sales and Forecast Report. According to Market Research, total CE factory-to-dealer sales in 2005 are projected to increase 9% on revenues of $123 billion. CEA reported that final year-end figures indicate total industry sales grew 10% in 2004, totaling $113 billion in revenues. CEA reported that some sales increases are coming as consumers make replacement or upgrade purchases, specifically pointing to the digital camera and wirele


Camera phones won't replace digital cameras

Mark Peters : 2005-08-12 22:31:10
Camera phones won't replace digital cameras : Even as they increase in popularity, camera phones are not likely to replace digital cameras and camcorders as consumers' primary picture taking device, according to a study recently released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), which found that some 91 percent of digital camera owners consider their digital camera to be their main photography device. CEA's "Digital Imaging Study: Sharing and Storing Pictures and Video," also revealed that consumers are unaware of the need to archive their digital photos and video - an issue of increasing importance as the penetration rate for digital cameras nears 50 percent with those camera owners snapping billions of pictures each year.


Online purchases of digital cameras increases

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-08 01:20:00
Online purchases of digital cameras increases : Online shopping for consumer electronics products is gaining in popularity according to "The Demographics of Online vs. In-Person CE Shopping," a study recently released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). While an average of five percent of all consumer electronics purchases are made online, certain product categories - including personal computing, digital cameras, wireless home networking devices and portable music players - each sell more than 10 percent of product through online channels. According to more than 1,000 U.S. adults surveyed by CEA, online CE shoppers report higher satisfaction with the purchase process than those who visited traditional stores.


International CES sponsors Chinese SINOCES 2005

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-02 13:30:00
International CES sponsors Chinese SINOCES 2005 : The 2005 China International Consumer Electronics Show (SINOCES), China's largest consumer electronics event, opens today in Qingdao. Sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the producer of the International CES, the fourth annual SINOCES runs today through July 4 at the Qingdao International Convention Center. "SINOCES 2005 presents an excellent opportunity for CEA to reach out to the untapped and rapidly growing Chinese consumer electronics market," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of CEA. "Partnering with the China Electronics Chamber of Commerce to host this event will allow us to increase the exposure of SINOCES internationally"


2006 International CES in Las Vegas

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-25 20:22:52
2006 International CES in Las Vegas : With 2,500 exhibitors occupying 1.5 million square feet of space, the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), is the world's largest annual consumer technology tradeshow. More than 130,000 industry professionals - including corporate buyers and retailers, financial analysts, venture capitalists, developers and consumer technology manufacturers - from 110 countries attend the International CES to experience the latest in wireless technology, electronic gaming, digital imaging, home entertainment, digital audio and video, mobile electronics, broadband, content media, home networking and information technologies.


2004 International CES nr. 1 Tradeshow in the USA

Mark Peters : 2005-05-17 23:04:15
2004 International CES nr. 1 Tradeshow in the USA : The 2004 International CES, the annual tradeshow for consumer technology, topped the Tradeshow Week 200 list, making it the largest tradeshow in the United States and Canada as ranked by Tradeshow Week magazine. For the first time, the 2004 International CES beated the two largest bi-annual shows, Pack Expo and the International Manufacturing Technology Show. The International CES also topped two annual shows, SEMA and the August World Shoe Association Show, to take top honors in the list of annual tradeshows for the fourth year in a row. The top five largest tradeshows in order are: 2004 International CES, Pack Expo, International Manufacturing Technology, SEMA and the WSA Show.






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