TV Set Prices Down 57% in Less than 4 Years

TV Set Prices Down 57% in Less than 4 Years

It’s no wonder every home has one of more HD TV sets and that
set makers, except possibly Samsung, LG and Vizio, can’t make
money. The retail price of TV sets is down 57% since January
2009, according to the US Bureau for Labor Statistics, which
somehow adjusts for product improvements, in a BusinessWeek
article. OTT services like Netflix should clearly designate
shows that are HD, so subscribers don’t waste time and energy
selecting a show that turns out to be in SD. Computer prices
are down 29%.

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