Study Shows Average House has 26 Consumer Electronics Products

This study was conducted by the Consumer Electronics Association. It showed that the average household has 26 "non-discreet" CE products and upwards of $1,200 was spent on said CE products. The top five growing products are MP3 players, digital cameras, car video systems, in-dash CD players and laptop computer. The study also showed that the five most owned products are televisions, VCRs, cordless phones, DVD players and cell phones.

One of the products with the most growth is satellite radio. Satellite radio ownership has hit 10-percent of households. Satellite radio giants, XM and Sirius, have surpassed 10 million subscribers.

Average Household has 26 CE products [DesignTechnica]

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