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Interesting Facts on Electronics

industrial incandescent light bulbs

Just because something doesn't do what you planned it to do, doesn't mean it's useless.
-- Thomas A. Edison

Americans love technology and electronics. Almost every household owns a television. An overwhelming majority of Americans own a cell phone--even more with a smartphone. And it’s definitely the norm for Americans to have a computer and Internet in their household.

As technology continues to advance, the electronics industry booms just a bit more as a new "hot" product hits the shelves. Thankfully, with Out of MIlk app, you can get the most out of your technology and your wallet because Out of Milk offers some of the best electronics deals--on laptops, tablets, smartphones, e-readers, pretty much everything--at your local electronics stores.

Types of Consumer Electronics

Type of Electronics Function Common Examples
Office Electronics Electronics for the office, school, classroom, and home. These gadgets keep business moving and help increase productivity. Phones
Calculators
Printers
Projectors
Laminators
Label makers
Paper shredders
Scanners and Printers
Car Electronics Devices,that improve upon the classi automobile. This could be GPS features, sound,systems, and in-car entertainment. Car stereos
Car video players
Car speakers
Radar detectors
GPS
Wearble Electronics The future or maybe just the latest-and-greatest in electronics. Wearable technology is simply clothing and accessories incorporated with computer technology. Fitness trackersWearable camerasSmart watchesHeart rate monitorsGPS tracking devices
Audio Electronics In scientific terms,
it’s the implementation of electronic circuits to perform conversions of sound waves into electrical systems. In normal person terms, it pertains to any electronic device designed to emit sound--headphones, stereos, speakers, etc.
Stereo and home sound Headphones
Speakers
Equilizers and Amps
Internet Radio
Record Players
CD Players
Portable speakers
Turntables
Bluetooth speakers
Camera and Video Electronics These gadgets capture and reproduce reality, be it a still-frame portrait or a,home-video. DSLRs
Mirroless cameras 
mirrorless cameras
Lens
Camcorders
Security cameras
Point and shoots
Computer Electronics A dynamic industry that, in a way, best encapsulates modern technology. In the simplest
explanation, computer electronics manipulate information and have the
capabilities to store, retrieve, and process data of any kind--be it a text
file, email, movie, almost anything.
Laptops
Desktops
Notebooks and Ultrabooks
Computer speakiers
Tablets
Mouse
Hard drive and storage
Keyboards
TV and Video Electronics The electronic broadcast system in which special providers transmit programs of video content.
This could be digitally, via antenna, or satellite dish.
LED and LCD TVs
Ultra HD TVs 
Smart TVs
DVD/ Blue Ray Players
Home theaters 
Video game consoles
Video games 
Projectors
Mobile Electronics Small, generally handheld, computing devices that can operate as miniature computers and run off "application software" (apps). Tablets
E-readers
Cell phones
Lithium battery
Smartphones
Personal navigation devices
Calculators

What to Consider when Purchasing Electronics?

laptop with tablets and smart phone

  • Office Supplies:

    Research consumer reviews to decide which products are trustworthy, user friendly, and worth your money
    Compare the price of the good with the potential use
    New or refurbished?
    Read all warranties
    Consider placement and storage. Do you have enough space to fit whatever it is you’re purchasing?

  • Car System:

    What audio source do you use most often? Radio? MP3? 
    If you predominantly stream apps, which apps? And which receivers feature dashboard controls for said apps?
    How loud would you like your system? Are there sound laws where you live?
    How much room do you have in your car? 

  • Wearable Technology:

    What are your uses for it and how often will you use it? Exercise? Tracking? 
    Do you need a computer or smartphone to operate the wearable technology? If so, what kind?
    How often will the device need to be recharged and can the battery last as long as you’d need?
    Style? Comfort? Or tech?

  • Audio Speakers and Electronics:

    How much are you willing to spend? Audio equipment gets expensive fast, so you need to know your budget.
    What’s your primary use for it? For example, a DJ would never invest in the same headphones a jogger would. A movie theater set-up needs a theater surround sound-system and not quite the same sound system as music lovers. 
    How much room do you have for your audio setup and what is the layout of your room? Windows and walls will reverberate sound. Drapes and carpeting absorb sound. Maybe you want portable speakers? 

  • Cameras and Camcorders:

    What will be the camera’s primary use?
    Which do you prefer: Portability, Picture Quality, Or A Mix? The answer to this will quickly narrow your camera search.
    How much are you willing to invest? Camera’s are expensive, especially when you factor in the prices of lenses. 
    What’s wrong with your current camera and what improvements would you make to it? 

  • Computers:

    Desktop or laptop? If you plan on having a steady workstation, a desktop might be better. But if you need a computer on the go, then a laptop is clearly the superior choice. 
    Warranty: Having a computer covered with the right kind of hardware warranty is essential to any computer purchase--be it a laptop or desktop.
    Understand the processor because it can mean the difference between a system that runs smoothly and one that gives you nightmares. 
    Pay attention to the RAM (Random Access Memory) because it can affect just how much multitasking you’re able to accomplish and how fast the computer will be. In this case, the more the merrier. 
    What kind of operating system do you prefer? Windows? Mac OS? Linux? 

  • Mobile Devices:

    How portable should it be? Carry in your pocket? Or is it better in a briefcase or purse? Would you prefer a handheld device or a device for lounging? These are all important considerations for everything from the perfect smartphone to tablet. 
    Do you need extensive battery life? The bane of most mobile devices is the battery life--or lack thereof. 
    What will be your primary use? If you need a phone, do you plan on using it to connect with your email and computer? If so, a smartphone is the better option. But if you only need a phone for calling and texting, then a normal cell phone is a cheaper option. Concerning tablets, readers will prefer something like an e-reader, while professionals may prefer a tablet for connect with the office.

When to Find the Best Electronic Deals

January TVs
February Humidifiers
March Digital cameras, humidifiers, small consumer electronics such as MP3 players and DVD players, TVs
April Cordless phones, small consumer electronics
May Camcorders, small consumer electronics
June Camcorders
July Dehumidifiers
August Digital cameras, small consumer electronics
September Small consumer electronics, digital cameras
October Computers, digital cameras
November Camcorders, GPS, TVs
December Camcorders, GPS, home appliaces, small consumer electronics, TVs

Electronics Americans Plan to Buy During the Holidays

A report by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) presumes more Americans plan to purchase tech this holiday season. Since Black Friday offers the biggest tech sale of the year, here’s what the CEA says tops the holiday tech wish list:

  1. TVs
  2. Tablets
  3. Smartphones
  4. Notebooks, Ultraboks, and Laptops
  5. Video game consoles and video games

Additionally, more than half of shoppers (58%) plan to purchase a tech accessory this holiday season.

Electronics Americans Plan To Give During The Holidays

headphones connected to smartphone

On the other side of the spectrum, the CEA expects headphones and earbuds to be the most popular tech gift given during this holiday season. Additionally, tablets, bluetooth speakers, smartphones, and notebooks/laptops also make the list of top gifts given.

Popular Electronics Brands

  • Apple
  • Samsung
  • Hewlett Packard (HP)
  • Microsoft
  • Hitachi
  • Sony
  • Panasonic
  • Intel
  • Nokia
  • Acer
  • Phillips
  • LG Electronics