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Electrical goods industry Market Research

Mintel's electrical goods market research reports keep your finger on the button in one of most technologically-advanced industries around. From TVs to smartphones, the blender to the fridge, our research and analysis gives you detailed data on every market segment and unrivalled insights into consumer preference and choice - for today and tomorrow. This is your light bulb moment.

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No. of reports 11 of 18
  1. Video Game Accessories - UK - September 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • September 2010
    • UK
    • A quarter of gamers agree plan to invest in a motion-control system when it becomes available for their console. This is likely to be driven by the innovative nature of next-generation systems, such as Kinect for the Xbox 360. The latter of which allows users to control games ...
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  2. Vacuum Cleaners - UK - August 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2010
    • UK

    This report looks at factors underpinning market decline and manufacturer efforts to mitigate it, rising consumer interest in eco products and wider variety in format and retailing developments. It also looks at demographic and economic trends and how they have shaped the ...

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  3. Electrical Retailing - UK - May 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2010
    • UK
    • Despite the weak economy, price was not as important a consideration as perhaps expected, with nearly a third of consumers prepared to pay more for quality goods.
    • A quarter of respondents were also still prepared to buy in stores, despite researching price and features online - ...
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  4. White Goods - UK - April 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2010
    • UK

    The white goods sector has been hit hard by the dual impact of the recession and a slump in the housing market, with sales declining sharply in both 2008 and 2009. However, following two very tough years, a return to a positive growth cycle is long overdue and there were signs ...

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  5. Radio - UK - March 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2010
    • UK

    The two main sectors of the radio industry in the UK have experienced contrasting fortunes during the past two years. The BBC, with a steady flow of income provided by the licence fee, has continued to expand its horizons and remains a major player with a 55% share of ...

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  6. DVD Players - UK - March 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2010
    • UK
    • Manufacturers’ price cuts and greater education of consumers will be required to increase Blu-ray drive adoption in 2010. Standard DVD players remain by far the most widely used technology (78% of respondents), whereas newer formats such as Blu-ray remain underused (just 11%).
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  7. Batteries - UK - February 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2010
    • UK
    • The majority of high-end portable gadgets now come with batteries built in (or device-specific power cells). Is there room in the market for removable batteries? If so, what can battery manufacturers do to gain greater recognition from today’s iPhone generation?
    • Battery ...
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  8. Mobile Phones and Networks - Re-igniting The Replacement Cycle - UK - January 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2010
    • UK
    • Mintel’s research shows that contracts are still the main way people are getting a new mobile handset. But will the rising popularity of SIM only deals mean this will always be the case?
    • Older respondents are most likely to opt for basic, pay as you go handsets (68% of over 55’
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