Smart Home Market - Trends & Markets 2013-2017:Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019

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Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/27/2013 -- Smart Home Market - Trends & Markets 2013-2017

The consumer electronics sector is getting a boost from the innovative technologies and services arising around mobile devices and connected displays.

This study includes two deliverables:

- An insight which reveals the latest smart home market trends, as well as the central challenges tied to the growing number of machine-to-machine interactions. It also provides readers with figures on market volume and digital home devices in use around the world.
- A database covering the global connected device market through five market segments: digital media boxes, computers, televisions, STBs and portable media devices, with forecasts up 2017 by devices and covering Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America and Latin America.

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Table of Content

1. Main findings

2. The rise of Chinese manufacturers
2.1. A new generation of products for a new market
2.2. Increased R&D spending
2.3. Will they make up the top 5 within the next five years?

3. Ultra HD and OLED, ushering in a new growth cycle in the TV market
3.1. Advent of Ultra HD
3.2. What OLED brings to the mix
3.3. The \"smart–OLED–Ultra HD\" trio: a powerful argument to help boost TV sales
3.3.1. Affordable by 2015?
3.3.2. A new growth cycle for the market starting in 2016

4. Tablet sales surging, but where does the PC fit in?
4.1. Launch of hybrid devices
4.2. Tablets gaining on computers; smartphones holding their own
4.2.1. Tablet sales expected to reach 204.5 million units in 2013, and 365.6 million in 2015
4.2.2. Tablets expected to replace the computer as the device of choice for accessing the web at home
4.2.3. Smartphones, the tablet’s companion piece

5. Companion devices: winning users over to connected TV
5.1. Multitasking goes mainstream
5.2. Second screens: furthering the development of connected TV
5.2.1. Efficient interface for controlling the TV
5.2.2. Device of choice for social networking and looking up information about the programmes

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6. Media boxes and connected objects: steering the development of home automation
6.1. The different home automation segments
6.2. Three dynamic target sectors
6.3. The connected objects example
6.4. Industrial convergence shaping competition and product

Table 1: Top Chinese manufacturers’ main high-end CE products
Table 2: Top Chinese CE manufacturers’ R&D spending in 2012
Table 3: Regional TV sales, 2013-2017
Table 4: Regional connected TV sales, 2013-2017
Table 5: Regional tablet sales, 2013-2017
Table 6: Regional computer sales, 2013-2017
Table 7: Stand-alone connected TVs, 2013-2017
Table 8: Some of the connected objects demonstrated at CES2013

Figure 1: Comparative resolution of Ultra HD and other formats
Figure 2: Conditions under which higher resolution becomes noticeable: screen size vs. viewing distance
Figure 3: Typical lifecyle of a television incorporating a new technology
Figure 4: TV sales, 2013-2017
Figure 5: Computer – tablet and smartphone – tablet convergence
Figure 6: Computer vs. tablet sales, 2013-2017
Figure 7: Regional smartphone sales, 2013-2017
Figure 8: Smartphone sales, 2013-2017
Figure 9: How viewers use their second screen

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Table of Content

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