Shoppers are expected to take advantage of lower prices and scoop up the latest MP3 players, LCD and plasma TVs, digital cameras, and notebook computers as retailers enter the holiday season, is entering its third week and lasts until early January's sales.
Shoppers are expected to spend $17.1 billion on consumer electronics this holiday season, according to a study conducted by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). Portable MP3 players lead the list of hot-ticket items, with 28 percent of 1000 people surveyed by CEA interested in acquiring one, an 8 percent increase from the same survey conducted by CEA last year. Plasma TVs came in second on wish lists, followed by digital cameras and notebook PCs.
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News source: PCWorldn