Consumer electronics

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A crowd of shoppers in the flatscreen TV section of the big box consumer electronics store Best Buy.
A Radio Shack consumer electronics store in a mall.

Consumer electronics or home electronics are electronic equipment intended for use by everyday use, typically in private homes.

Some categories of consumer electronics include telephones, audio equipment, televisions, calculators, and playback and recording of video media such as DVD or VHS.

Many consumer electronics have planned obsolescence, resulting in E-waste.