Every 1 to 3 years people are replacing their electronic devices and every year electronic device sales are increasing. That is why in this infographic, weSRCH shows why electronics devices recycling is more important than ever.
This infographic, published by BundleCity.com, provides a nice illustration of the various ways you can get and keep your eletronics organized and free up some of your living space.
What do we have to look forward to in the technology world? Major improvements to tablets, computers, TVs, and gadgets are set to shake up the way we use tech. Some products are guaranteed and announced while others could be considered “realistic rumors.”
As electronics become ever more complex and expensive, consumers are returning them at increasingly higher annual rates. In 2011, Accenture reported that returns of consumer electronics totaled $16.7 billion. And returns aren’t just frustrating for shoppers. They’re also an expensive problem for the retailer. So what can retailers and manufacturers do to curb the return rampage? This infographic from Milo will show the way.
In this Infographic, Bundle.com has aggregating anonymous data from the U.S. government, banks and other third-parties and broken down Americans’ gadget spending by city, age, household type and income level.