This is the first episode in a series discussing many of the unexpected problems that might develop throughout the process of purchasing a new TV.
In this episode of the Casual Tech User, I begin to discuss how planning can help you avoid unexpected costs.
Taking the time to understand your needs vs. wants and developing criteria any purchase must meet will help to save frustration and unexpected, budget-busting surprises.
Cost factors included in this episode include:
- Delivery and setup charges
- Installation, electrical and cabling charges
- Furniture issues and added expenses
- Ambient light problems
- Recycling the old TV
Here are some links to help you plan your purchase.
MSN Money: 12 tips for buying good furniture (March 2013)
CNET TV Buying Guide (October 2012)
Or, search for a specific topic or question. You’ll find plenty of links.
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