Consumer Electronics Market to Cash In This Holiday Season

Taylor, Colleen
October 2006
Electronic News;10/23/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 43, p28
Trade Publication
The article presents an outlook for the benefits of the forthcoming 2006 holiday season to the consumer electronics industry according to a study conducted by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Sean Wargo, director of industry analysis at CEA, cites that the confidence of consumers in the economy is on the rise. The top electronic devices that consumers want the most are digital music players. Overall household spending will increase by 14 percent.


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