Holiday 2009 Sales Expected To Beat 2008

Posted: Aug 26 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:56pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
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Sales of consumer electronics goods during the holiday season of 2008 were at some of the lowest levels for a holiday season in years. PCMag has surveyed its readers and has found that consumers expect holiday sales for 2009 to trump sales for the season in 2008.

The survey polled over 1600 readers in July 2009. According got those surveyed, about 3/4 of them plan to spend the same or more this year than they did in 2008. Over one third of those polled say they will spend more this year than last.

The most popular tech products that consumers are looking to buy this year are HDTVs, notebooks, Blu-ray adapters, desktops, and smartphones. LCDs are expected to sell better than plasma HDTVs with price points between $1000 and $1499 being the most popular.

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