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What technology do you plan on buying this year?

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Submitted by Wittyguy (105)
New computer / add on 44% 21 Votes
New phone 8% 4 Votes
Kindle / I-Pad / I-Pod 4% 2 Votes
HDTV / Blu-Ray player 8% 4 Votes
Other 6% 3 Votes
Nothing, I'm broke 29% 14 Votes

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48 Votes Total

Feb 26, 2010

Poll Replies (11)

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Drooler (220) Nothing. Not broke. Just already "fixed."
02-26-10  12:18am

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Lionheart (47) I got my gaming entertainment center set up, so all I need is the software and the time to play them
02-26-10  01:30am

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hodayathink (18) Definitely a new computer, probably a new phone. Computer's actually broken, phone is getting "long in the tooth".
02-26-10  07:59am

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Denner (235) Got what I need at the moment - most importend: Enough hd-space
02-26-10  08:54am

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messmer (137) Don't need a thing at the moment but if I were to buy anything it would be for the computer. Probably an extra hard drive.
02-26-10  10:14am

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Wittyguy (105) Me, I need a laser printer. The standard ink jet is fine but the laser is needed for some business and hobby stuff. Otherwise, I'd really like to get a swanky SLR digital camera like a Digital Rebel. My current camera is way old in the tooth and doesn't clock enough megapixels to get really great results.
02-26-10  11:24am

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lk2fireone (196) I bought a new laptop a few days ago, my first laptop. Still trying to get used to it, because a desktop is easier to use (keyboard, mousepad, monitor, etc. are all easier to use on a desktop compared to a laptop).

A little over a month ago I bought a 1 Terabye external hard drive from Iomega. The price on computers and peripherals keeps dropping every year. It's amazing what you can buy today compared to a few years ago, for the same number of dollars.

But the computers still have the same old bugs, or maybe they are new ones. The switch from Windows XP to Windows 7 is sending me back to the books, trying to make the windows look more like WinXP which is familiar and easier to use.

02-26-10  12:20pm

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pat362 (373) I gave my ipod away so I need to replace it and I think the Ipod touch is the way to go. I want to get a Wii. Although I'd like to replace my 6yrs old computer. I simply do not have 2000$ lying around. I know you can get something for less but I'm very picky about what goes in my computer so I know it will be close to 2000$.
02-26-10  07:34pm

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kkman112 (12) Already got a new phone, don't care for feminine hygiene products or anything that company makes, not a fan of e-readers (reading stuff on my computer or laptop is just as easy -- plus added functionality), already have an HDTV, and am not broke. So I put down computer although it probably won't be entirely correct. I am planning on getting a new computer around the end of this year but will probably be into early next year before I buy. I am holding off until AMD releases their upcoming Bulldozer cores (current release date is Q1 2011).
02-27-10  08:18am

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Monahan (42) Just saw an ad for a 4 Terabyte external hard drive for $398.00. That's about 10 cents per GIG and 1 tenth of a cent for one meg. External drives were about $1 a gig just 4 years ago.

At this rate of deflation, I'll be in the market for a 10 Tb hard drive for $100 in the next two years. That would just about cover my total stash right now and would free up all my current external drives.

02-27-10  09:31am

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RagingBuddhist (65) I'm so broke, I might be losing Internet in a couple of months. I'm not buying anything I don't need right now.
02-28-10  09:47am

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