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Consumer Electronics Sales to Rise for Back to School

According to the National Retail Federation,  back-to-school spending on consumer electronics and computers is expected to increase 12 percent to nearly $7.2 billion this year. The industry trade group based its projection on an annual consumer survey, conducted by BIGresearch, showing that families with kids in grades K-12 plan to spend an average of $189.51 on computers, cellphones, MP3 players, tablets and other devices, up from $181.61 last year.

If you have a student heading back to school soon, visit or a full line of great back-to-school items beyond just computers.  From alarm clocks, to iPods, to fridges for dorms, we have everything to make the school year a bit easier.

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