CEA study: Spending declines on consumer electronics

05/22/2009 | Dealerscope · CEPro.com

The average U.S. household spent $1,229 on consumer electronics during the past year, $176 less than the comparable period a year earlier, according to a new study by the CEA. "As products such as smartphones and GPS units incorporate a greater number of features and consumers replace older CE devices with newer ones, it's not surprising to see the average number of products owned fluctuate," said Ben Arnold, CEA's senior research analyst.

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