Is It Time to Upgrade?

[New York Times]
A new study by the Consumer Electronics Association shows that American homes spent $1,250, on average, for electronics last year. Though it may sound like a lot, that is barely enough for a medium-size flat-screen TV. So even gadget-crazy Americans have to weigh priorities – deciding what older gear they can still live with and what demands an upgrade. For shoppers, it can be a difficult decision: buy products on sale that have last year’s technology, or get the latest even if it means paying more. (Or perhaps wait even longer, for the next generation.)
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