TWICE.com reports that electronics were among the most popular items purchased during the Black Friday weekend. According to interim results from a new survey from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and Caravan, consumers bought more electronics than last year.
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Among those who went shopping on Friday, 58 percent bought some type of consumer electronic product, second only to clothing.
In comparison, 54 percent of Americans purchased CE products during last year's Thanksgiving weekend. CEA's 17th Annual CE Holiday Purchase Patterns Study showed consumer electronics were among the most wanted gifts of any kind this holiday. On average, the study showed the average consumer will spend $232 on CE this year, up 5 percent from last year and the highest figure in the history of the study.
The most popular electronics shoppers purchased were portable MP3 players, video game consoles and accessories, and computers, including notebooks and tablets.
CEA is gathering more information with a complete report to follow.