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Singapore PC Show 2010 Survey Says 3 Gadgets Changes Life

I didn’t know that Singapore PC Show actually do survey to ensure that the products sold during the show is relevant to the customers. Kudos to them. BTW, one of the items that you can look out is the Greenbook ebook reader. Here is a Press Release with more information.

SINGAPOREANS SAY LAPTOPS, MOBILE PHONES AND SMARTPHONES ARE THEIR TOP “LIFE-CHANGING GADGETS” OVER THE LAST 20 YEARS

  • Laptops and netbooks rank high on wish lists for The PC Show 2010
  • 71% of respondents predict PC Show 2010 will see an excellent response

Singapore, 31 May 2010 – Singaporeans say that the top three consumer electronic gadgets that have changed their lives the most in the past 20 years are the laptop, mobile phones and smart phones, according to a survey conducted by The PC Show 2010. In celebration of its 20th year in Singapore, Lines Exposition and management Services, the organisers of the PC Show commissioned a dipstick survey to see how Singaporeans’ love for consumer electronics has evolved over the years. Congruent with these findings, these gadgets were amongst the favourite purchase lists for this year too, with 21% consumers revealing that they hoped to bag a laptop or netbook, and 21% saying they hope to get a new mobile or smart phone at this year’s PC Show. With the event celebrating its 20th year anniversary, an overwhelming majority (71%) of
respondents are predicting the show will be an excellent one this year.

Ms Gillian Loh, project manager of show organiser, Lines Exposition and Management Services, said, “For the past twenty years, The PC Show has been growing with Singapore as a nation, responding to consumers’ demands for the latest electronic gadgets. Our lives are so integrated with technology that we’ve have even got digital photo frames and electronic books now. Our gadgets have changed our lifestyles so much that most people probably cannot imagine living 20 years ago without their laptop or mobile phone. The PC Show is a great place for consumers to grab hold of the latest gadgets at value for money prices and I hope people will come down and take advantage of the promotions.”

The Most Coveted IT Purchase of the Year

21% of consumers polled plan to purchase a laptop for their next gadget fix, with an equal number wishing to snag a mobile or smart phone.

The 34% consumers who shared that the smart phone was gadget that impacted their lives the most in the last 20 years will be happy to see the Garmin-Asus M10 at the show. The first smart phone to come with Windows® Mobile 6.5.3, it is a full-touch all-in-one smart phone featuring preloaded mobile navigation. Others exhibitors worth checking out include Samsung, and Acer amongst others.

Gadgets that have Grown with Consumers Habits

Besides the latest finds, the PC Show is also home to gadgets that have grown with consumer habits throughout their lives. The super slim and lightweight Greenbook ebook reader would be an attractive product for 6% of consumers who love to read on the go. People who enjoy games can look forward to old favourites from the Razer Gaming Mice collection as well as new products like the SMC CyWee, a revolutionary 3D motion-sensor controller that acts as both a gaming device and 3D mouse. Photo enthusiasts will also find great bargains for digital photo frames.

The PC Show 2010

Occupying halls on Levels 1, 3, 4 and 6 at Suntec Singapore, the PC Show will house four individual sections – The PC Show ’10, Digital Imaging ’10, Game ’10 and Consumer Electronics ’10 – over the span of four days from 10 to 13 June. The exhibition will be open daily from 12 noon to 9 pm. Admission is free.

There are more than 600 exhibitors this year where leading exhibitors include Acer, Apple, ASUS, Casio, Canon, Compaq, Dell, HP, Fujitsu, Lenovo, LG, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba among others.

More details about the 2010 PC Show can be found at: www.thepcshow.com.sg.

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