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Electrolux braces for more disruptions from global supply squeeze

Electrolux reported revenues above pre-pandemic levels earlier this month, but saw its shares slump 9% after it warned of worsening component supply problems in coming months.

Growth in the home electronics market in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic downturn did not have a negative impact on the global market for home electronics products last year. To the contrary: After a 2.4% decrease in 2019, global sales in-creased by 3.2% in 2020. 

DJI announces new Sunset White Pocket 2

A lot has changed since DJI released the Pocket 2 last autumn, with enhancements on autofocus, added HDR Video, and better tracking.  DJI Pocket 2 Sunset White is equipped with a 3-axis gimbal, 4K camera, large sensor, and wide lens, Pocket 2 Sunset White capturing excellent image quality in both photo and video modes. The…

Game console sales increase by double digits during the pandemic

More free time and time spent at home during lockdown has led to a change in leisure activities. Video game consoles have benefited from the pandemic, showing significant growth in 2020.

Wi-Fi Mesh systems enter a new era thanks to 6 GHz band

TP-Link is celebrating the upcoming WiFi 6E Mesh Systems, Deco XE75 and Deco XE200, taking Wi-Fi Mesh networking into a brand new era. Deco Mesh uses WiFi nodes that work together to cast strong, reliable Wi-Fi throughout an entire home. Now powered by the latest Wi-Fi 6E technology, the premium Mesh Wi-Fi delivers a huge boost in coverage,…

Sennheiser introduces new CX True Wireless

A proprietary new transducer “Made in Germany” gives the new CX True Wireless earphones from Sennheiser what the company describes as “an outstanding personal audio experience with crystal-clear sound, great battery life and effortless ease of use at an affordable price point”. “The CX True Wireless delivers truly superior sound at an accessible price point,”…

Samsung launches bespoke refrigerator range with choice of 14 colours

Samsung’s new Bespoke Refrigerator range taps into the latest trends of modularity and personalisation in the home, with units that can be customised to suit individual styles and storage needs.

TP Vision wins four 2021 EISA Awards

TP Vision has expanded upon its success record for Philips TVs at the annual EISA awards, with wins this year also in the headphones and sound bar categories with new Philips Fidelio products.  The awards are seen as being a veritable exploit, as the Philips Fidelio range was reintroduced just two years ago.  Commenting on…

Sony introduces a new frontier of surround sound with the HT-A9

Sony’s HT-A9 surround sound system features the manufacturers’ 360 Spatial Sound Mapping technology, which measures the relative height and position of each speaker and, based on positioning, synthesises the sound waves and creates up to twelve phantom speakers from just four speakers.

Consumer Electronics Market global revenues to reach €1.28 trillion by 2027

According to a new report by Global Market Insights Inc, the global market valuation of consumer electronics will cross $1.5 trillion (eds. €1.28 trillion) by 2027.  The new report is entitled "Consumer Electronics Market by Product (Audio & Video Equipment, Major Household Appliance, Small Household Appliance, Digital Photo Equipment), Application (Personal, Professional), Regional Outlook, Price…

Morphy Richards launches its most powerful steam iron range

Morphy Richards has launched a new Turbosteam collection, which features three of its most powerful steam irons to date. 

The home office is the new normal in 2021. Is it also a model for the future?

Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the way in which people work has changed significantly. Office work is done much more frequently in the home office, and – as a recent survey* conducted by YouGov on behalf of gfu Consumer & Home Electronics GmbH in Germany and Great Britain shows – both companies and employees have mostly come to terms with their new reality.
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