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Global Consumer Electronics Market Outlook 2015

NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Consumer Electronics Market Outlook 2015

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The growing convergence of information, communication and entertainment is bringing a new era of consumer electronics across the world. Consumer electronics is one of the largest segments in the manufacturing industry and promises huge potential, particularly in emerging markets. With increasing household income levels, local manufacturing, launch of innovative technological products and rising awareness, the global consumer electronics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 10% during 2012-2015, according to our latest report "Global Consumer Electronics Market Outlook 2015".

Our report thoroughly studies the global consumer electronics market. During our study, we observed that US, UK, China, Japan, India, Germany, South Korea and Taiwan are the biggest consumer electronics markets which together account for more than half of the global industry. We have also found that presently, China is dominating in many segments of the global consumer electronics industry and is expected to surpass US in total market by 2014.

Growing market demand due to tremendous technological development and rising income levels has influenced the performance of the Chinese consumer electronics market. Its huge population has also presented it as a highly potential market. Apart from this, India is the fastest growing consumer electronics market. Though it has a meager share in global market, the factors similar to China are helping it to grow enormously.

The report also provides the current market and forecast till 2015 of each of the countries mentioned above. The major players of each country have also been identified. In addition to this, the report provides product-level analysis with forecast till 2015 of the key consumer electronics products that are driving the whole industry. It has been observed that 3D TVs, Smart TVs, HD DVD Players/Recorders, Smartphones, Digital Radio and Tablets are among the few products that are witnessing high growth and hold immense potential in the future.

Additionally, the report analyzed the global consumer electronics market size, regional segmentation, industry trends and challenges to present a comprehensive overview of the market. We have also included the key players' such as Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., LG Electronics Inc., Apple Inc., and many others, and included their company description, product portfolio, key financials, strategic analysis and recent developments to provide a brief idea of the competitive landscape.

Thus, the report covers all the important aspects of the global consumer electronics market, which will prove decisive for the clients. Overall, the report is an outcome of extensive research and prudent analysis and is meant to offer suitable knowledge base to those who are interested in Global consumer electronics market.

1. Analyst View

2. Research Methodology

3. Global Consumer Electronics - Market Performance and Outlook

3.1 Market Overview
3.2 Regional Segmentation

4. Country-Level Analysis

4.1 US
4.1.1 Market Overview
4.1.2 Major Players
4.2 UK
4.2.1 Market Overview
4.2.2 Major Players
4.3 Germany
4.3.1 Market Overview
4.3.2 Major Players
4.4 China
4.4.1 Market Overview
4.4.2 Major Players
4.5 India
4.5.1 Market Overview
4.5.2 Major Players
4.6 Japan
4.6.1 Market Overview
4.6.2 Major Players
4.7 South Korea
4.7.1 Market Overview
4.7.2 Major Players
4.8 Taiwan
4.8.1 Market Overview
4.8.2 Major Players

5. Product-Level Analysis

5.1 Television
5.1.1 Liquid Crystal Display TV (LCD TV)
5.1.2 3D TV
5.1.3 High Definition TV (HDTV)
5.1.4 Smart TV
5.2 Audio & Video
5.2.1 PMP/MP3 Players
5.2.2 Digital Radio
5.2.3 Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
5.2.4 Blu-ray Player
5.3 High Definition Consumer Electronics
5.3.1 HD Set-Top Boxes
5.3.2 HD DVD Players/Recorders
5.3.3 HD Game Consoles
5.4 Telecom Equipment
5.4.1 Mobile Handsets
5.4.2 Smartphones
5.5 Computer
5.5.1 Personal Computer
5.5.2 Tablet Devices
5.5.3 Laptops
5.6 Home Appliances
5.6.1 Air Conditioner
5.6.2 Refrigerator
5.6.3 Washing Machine

6. Industry Trends

6.1 Localization of Products to Tap Emerging Markets
6.2 Miniaturization of Portable Products on the Rise
6.3 High Demand for Big Screen TVs with Ultra-high Definition
6.4 Home Electronics are Going Green

7. Challenges

8. Key Players

8.1 Apple Inc.
8.1.1 Company Description
8.1.2 Key Financials
8.1.3 Strategic Analysis
8.1.4 Product Portfolio
8.1.5 Recent Developments
8.2 Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
8.2.1 Company Description
8.2.2 Key Financials
8.2.3 Strategic Analysis
8.2.4 Product Portfolio
8.2.5 Recent Developments
8.3 LG Electronics Inc.
8.3.1 Company Description
8.3.2 Key Financials
8.3.3 Strategic Analysis
8.3.4 Product Portfolio
8.3.5 Recent Developments
8.4 Siemens
8.4.1 Company Description
8.4.2 Key Financials
8.4.3 Strategic Analysis
8.4.4 Product Portfolio
8.4.5 Recent Developments
8.5 Hewlett-Packard
8.5.1 Company Description
8.5.2 Key Financials
8.5.3 Strategic Analysis
8.5.4 Product Portfolio
8.5.5 Recent Developments
8.6 Hitachi Ltd
8.6.1 Company Description
8.6.2 Key Financials
8.6.3 Strategic Analysis
8.6.4 Product Portfolio
8.6.5 Recent Developments

List of Figures:

Figure 3-1: Global - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 3-2: Global - Share of Consumer Electronics Market by Country (%), 2012
Figure 4-1: US - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 4-2: UK - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 4-3: Germany - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 4-4: China - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 4-5: India - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 4-6: Japan - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 4-7: South Korea - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 4-8: Taiwan - Consumer Electronics Market (Billion US$), 2011-2015
Figure 5-1: Global - TV Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-2: Global - LCD TV Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-3: Global - 3D TV Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-4: Global - Active HDTV Homes (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-5: Global - Smart TV Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-6: Global - PMP/MP3 Players Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-7: Global - Digital Radio Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-8: Global - DVR Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-9: Global - Blu-ray Player Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-10: Global - HD Consumer Electronics Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-11: Global - HD Set-Top Boxes Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-12: Global - HD DVD Players/Recorders Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-13: Global - HD Game Consoles Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-14: Global - Mobile Handsets Shipment (Billion Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-15: Global - Smartphones Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-16: Global - PC Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-17: Global - Tablet Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-18: Global - Laptop Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-19: Global - Air Conditioning Systems Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-20: Global - Refrigerator Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 5-21: Global - Washing Machine Shipment (Million Units), 2011-2015
Figure 7-1: Challenges in Global Consumer Electronics Industry

List of Tables:

Table 4-1: US - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 4-2: UK - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 4-3: Germany - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 4-4: China - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 4-5: India - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 4-6: Japan - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 4-7: South Korea - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 4-8: Taiwan - Major Consumer Electronic Companies
Table 8-1: Apple Inc. - Key Financials (Million US$), 2009-10 to 2011-12
Table 8-2: Apple Inc. - Product Portfolio
Table 8-3: Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. - Key Financials (Billion KRW), 2009-2011
Table 8-4: Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. - Product Portfolio
Table 8-5: LG Electronics Inc. - Key Financials (Billion KRW), 2009-2011
Table 8-6: LG Electronics Inc. - Product Portfolio
Table 8-7: Siemens - Key Financials (Million €), 2009-10 to 2011-12
Table 8-8: Siemens - Product Portfolio
Table 8-9: Hewlett Packard - Key Financials (Million US$), 2008-09 to 2010-11
Table 8-10: Hewlett Packard - Product Portfolio
Table 8-11: Hitachi Ltd - Key Financials (Million Yen), 2009-10 to 2011-12
Table 8-12: Hitachi Ltd - Product Portfolio

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