Consumers are finding new ways to save on electronics and accessories as they search for the best deals.
The big question, though, is: How much does this stuff cost?
It depends on the model, of course, but a new survey from Consumer Reports found that many consumers are also using cheaper smart TVs, computers and cell phones to supplement their own entertainment options.
The latest results show that smart TVs have seen the biggest gains from the recent recession, with smart devices like the Samsung Smart TV and Apple TV now the top-selling items.
The study found that smart devices are now the second-most-popular purchase on average, followed by appliances, and computers, according to the research group.
The average price for a smart TV was $2,078, compared with $2.50 for an Apple TV, the Consumer Reports survey found.
But the most popular item is a smartphone, with Smart TVs, PCs and laptops topping the list of the most-popular items in the U.S.
The top-ranking item on the list was an iPhone 7 Plus, which cost $2:18, followed closely by an iPhone 6s Plus and an iPad Pro, according the survey.
The top-ranked smartphone was an Android device from Google.
The study found Apple’s iOS devices were the most common among the top 20 items.
Consumers were also looking for the cheapest TVs.
A new study from Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that the average price of a flat-screen TV was almost $300, and the average cost of a 4K TV was just $300.
Consumers are also buying a smartphone and a computer, which is a significant cost savings.
Consumer Reports surveyed 4,000 people in the United States, Canada and Mexico, and found that most people said they are making the most money on the new smart TVs because of the higher prices.
The survey also found that consumers are spending more on their cell phone than they were a year ago.
In 2015, the average cell phone cost $16,700, according for the study.
That dropped to $12,600 in 2017.
The survey found that in the last year, the median cost of an iPhone rose from $6,900 to $8,200.
The Consumer Reports study comes at a time when consumers are struggling to make ends meet.
Consumers in the middle class are struggling with high bills, but are struggling also with higher prices, the report said.