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Average UK home has more than £2,000 worth of broken gadgets

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UK households are home to thousands of pounds' worth of broken gadgets, according to new research from technology retailer Laptops Direct. The survey of more than 1,000 UK adults shows that the average household is currently harboring £2,460 of broken technology and gadgets. Smartphones are the most common items in these technology graveyards with 78 percent holding onto them even though they’re broken. A damaged or malfunctioning laptop is in the home of 62 percent of those surveyed and 59 percent have broken iPads and tablets. There's also a lack of urgency when it comes to getting gadgets fixed. 37… [Continue Reading]

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