BMI View: Singapore was one of the first markets globally to pass through the smartphone and tablet
booms, and after several years of spending declines as the market adjusted to replacement sales volumes we
envisage relatively stability over the medium term. Growth po ..."
BMI View: The maturity of Singapore's consumer electronics market means growth potential is limited,
particularly when compared to emerging markets in APAC. High device penetration rates are a feature of
the market, even for tablets and smartphones, and as such vendor ..."
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BMI View: Singapore is a low-growth but lucrative consumer electronics devices market, with saturation
reached even in newer device categories such as tablets and smartphones. Though growth potential is
limited compared to most APAC markets, Singapore is fertile groun ..."
BMI View: Singapore is a lucrative consumer electronics devices market, reflecting the high incomes of
households and consumer appetite for the latest devices. Premium-oriented vendors have performed
particularly well, most notably Apple and Samsung Electronics. The d ..."
BMI View: Singapore is characterised by high penetration rates of desktops, notebooks, digital cameras
and flat-screen TVs. Furthermore, new device categories such as smartphones and tablets are also very
high, Meaning that the market has passed though the period of i ..."
BMI View: Singapore has one of the weaker growth outlooks in the Asia Pacific region as a result of the
maturity of the market, which is evident in the high penetration of desktops, notebooks, digital cameras and
flat-screen TVs, as well as for new device categories s ..."
BMI View: In terms of spending growth Singapore has one of the weaker outlooks in APAC as a result of
the maturity of the market. There is high penetration of desktops, notebooks, digital cameras and flat-screen
TVs, as well as for new device categories such as smartp ..."
BMI View: Singapore's consumer electronics market will continue to be lucrative for vendors, with high
levels of spending per capita a feature of the market due to high incomes, a strong economic outlook,
consumer demand for the latest devices and short replacement cy ..."
BMI View: We forecast that Singapore's consumer electronics spending will increase 6.7% in US dollar
terms in 2014 to reach USD4.2bn, with the withdrawal of official support for XP in April 2014 and the
FIFA World Cup in Brazil boosting demand for PCs and TV sets resp ..."