No matter how much gasoline and milk prices climb each year, it’s a virtual certainty that at least some products will cost less. We’re talking, of course, about consumer electronics.
Just several years ago, you couldn’t find an HDTV for less than several thousand dollars. Today, you could have one that’s bigger and much, much better than the one you salivated over back then… for less than $1,000. It’s not just TVs, of course. As electronics manufacturers roll out model after new model of our favorite tech toys, from Kindles to iPhones, DSLR cameras, and laptops, those products are getting cheaper.
How much cheaper? Dealnews.com did some very serious number crunching and pricing analytics to estimate just how much lower prices will go this year for 11 popular gadgets. The details are in this infographic. Read the full story at dealnews.com and for more predictions on what’s going to cost more in 2011 and what’s going to cost less, watch this video.
Shane Snow is the founder of Visual Economics and Printing Choice.