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Consumer Electronics growth to continue through 2007

Mark Peters : 2006-08-20 19:38:00
Consumer Electronics growth to continue through 2007 : The Consumer Electronics Association forecasts total CE factory-to-dealer sales to reach $140 billion in 2006, an eight percent growth over 2005, as shown in figures released today by CEA in its semi-annual U.S. Consumer Electronics Sales and Forecasts Report. According to CEA Market Research, final year-end totals reached $128 billion in 2005, making 11 percent growth over 2004. "The mid-year numbers show continued robust growth in the CE industry, category to category," said CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro. "Consumers are embracing new technologies in this digital age, as they make new or upgrade purchases for the home, the car, the office or anywhere."


Consumer Electronics most wanted graduation gifts

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-17 19:08:00
Consumer Electronics most wanted graduation gifts : The estimated six million graduates set to receive diplomas and turn tassels across the country this year will be a boon to the consumer electronics (CE) industry, according to research released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Parents, relatives and friends of students will be shopping for gifts to celebrate the achievement of their loved ones, some 45 percent of whom say they would like to receive CE products for graduation this year. "Apparently, nothing says 'job well done' like a new plasma TV," says Steve Koenig, CEA's senior manager of industry analysis. "The results of this study demonstrate how important CE products have become in youth culture."


Consumer Electronics best Fathers Day gift

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-17 19:01:00
Consumer Electronics best Fathers Day gift : Father's Day gifts could account for more than $9 billion in spending on consumer electronics this year, according to research released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). According to Gadgets for Dad: A Father's Day Study, 24 percent of adults intend to buy a CE device for dad this year, while 38 percent of teens are looking to treat their father to a gadget gift this holiday. "As prices come down on some of the most desired CE products, even smaller holidays offer dads the opportunity to build their gadget collection," said Sean Wargo, CEA's director of industry analysis. CEA's research shows that 42 percent of dads are hoping for a CE device as a gift for Father's Day.


Electronics Gifts for Dads and Grads

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-06 23:02:00
Electronics Gifts for Dads and Grads : Need Help with Electronics Gifts for Dads and Grads? Visit CEA's MyCEknowhow Website Offers Tips for Selecting and Getting the Most Out of MP3 Players and Digital Cameras Consumers looking for the perfect consumer electronics gift for their dad or graduate should look no further than the Consumer Electronics Association's (CEA) website. The CEknowhow Buying Guides for MP3 players and digital cameras, offering tips on buying the right device. "MP3 players and digital cameras make great graduation or Father's Day gifts, but with so many products out there, consumers have questions about which product to buy; MyCEknowhow provides the answers," said CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro.


CES hailed as Largest Annual Tradeshow in USA

Mark Peters : 2006-05-12 15:01:00
CES hailed as Largest Annual Tradeshow in USA : The 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's premier industry event for consumer technology, topped the latest Tradeshow Week 200 list as the largest annual tradeshow in the United States and Canada for the fifth consecutive year. "Being ranked at the top of the Tradeshow Week 200 list for the fifth year in a row is an exceptional honor and a testament to the dynamic nature and growth of the consumer electronics industry," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), producer of the CES. The 2005 CES was the largest in show history in terms of overall attendance, international attendance and exhibitor square footage.


Cameras rank highest among Mother's Day Gift

Mark Peters : 2006-05-05 17:13:00
Cameras rank highest among Mother's Day Gift : With Mother's Day just around the corner on May 14, moms and grandmothers across the country are eyeing consumer electronics, according to research from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Thirty-two percent of moms would like to receive a consumer electronics device this Mother's Day and 55 percent of moms would choose a digital camera over a $200 gift certificate for a home cleaning service. CEA's study, Electronics for Mom: A Mother's Day Study, released May 2006, surveyed both gift receivers (moms and grandmothers) and gift givers (adults and teens). The complete study is available free to CEA member companies. Non-members may purchase the study for $499.


Consumer Buying Guides launched by CEA & CNET

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-04-16 22:23:00
Consumer Buying Guides launched by CEA & CNET : Consumer electronics are more accessible than ever now that the Consumer Electronics Association and CNET have joined forces to produce interactive CEknowhow Buying Guides to help consumers find products best suited for their needs. The Guides, which can be found on CNET’s web site and the CEA's consumer information site, are intended to ease consumer confusion about technology and lessen returns by providing useful information about consumer electronics products before shoppers even enter the store. The CEknowhow Buying Guides are currently available for digital imaging products and MP3 players hot gift items for upcoming celebrations such as graduation, Mother's Day and Father's Day.


Consumer Electronic devices growth rapidly

Jennifer Pricet : 2006-04-08 01:15:00
Consumer Electronic devices growth rapidly : Products Consumer electronics products are more prevalent than ever with the average U.S. household owning 26 non-discreet CE products (up from 25 in 2005) and spending $1,200 on CE products in the past 12 months, according to data released today by the Consumer Electronics Association. CEA's annual CE Ownership and Market Potential Study also found that analog is giving way to digital technologies across the board, identifying the top five CE growth sectors as MP3 players, digital cameras, car video entertainment systems, in-dash CD players and notebook PCs. "America's love affair with consumer technology products continues," exclaimed CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro.






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