Some of the most top-selling consumer electronics devices first became a hit in the US, and then went on a global orbital. So, assessing the performance and stats of US consumer electronics shipments is crucial for predicting the forecast of global consumer electronics market. Consumer electronics have proliferated the US and paved way for an ongoing development of products for American households. Future Market Insights (FMI) estimates the growth in US consumer electronics sales will be rampant as North America retains its position as the second-most lucrative region in the global market for consumer electronics. Interestingly, a majority of consumer electronics manufacturers are set to be based in the US.
Manufacturing consumer electronics can essentially boost the market in US and rake in more revenues by shipping the electronic device to other regions. Cultural impact is also expected to be catalytic for the rapid growth of US consumer electronics shipments. Prevalence of entertainment devices since decades has made almost every consumer in the US a proponent of adopting consumer electronics. While younger demographics are active buyers for handheld devices such as smartphones, mobiles, music player and gaming consoles, the geriatric segment of US consumers also seem positive about adopting them.
Moreover, the rapid implementation of technological advancements has furthered the sales of consumer electronics in the US. Appealing and multi-functional characteristics in electronic devices are considered to influence the purchasing preferences of buyers, becoming an important trend for increasing US consumer electronics sales. Effective connectivity of such devices with other electronics has ignited the emergence of connected electronics and technologies assisting it. With a large number of consumer electronics endorsing technologies, consumers in the US are rapidly adopting practices of connecting all their devices and reduce data transference hassle.
Find more information on the consumer electronics shipments & sales in the US by accessing a free sample of FMI’s report at here.