November 10, 2012

The Gadget World In Transition

Roger Cheng, CNET


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It wasn't that long ago Japanese companies such as Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp were considered premium brands whose products consumers aspired to buy. They made virtually everything in the consumer electronics world, from televisions to microwaves and digital music players, there seemingly was no way of stopping their momentum. They often carried higher price tags to reflect the quality of the products, and people snapped them up.

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