Home tech
A new Logitech study concludes that a quarter of European homes only have one person who can work everything.

European households are full of expensive gadgetry that most people do not know how to control, according to a recent study.

The research commissioned by Logitech claims that, in a quarter of homes, there is only one person who knows how to operate all the technology. It calculates that Europeans have at around €362bn worth of TVs, hi-fis, speakers, video and DVD players, digital recorders and satellite boxes in their homes. This leads on to 49 per cent of households having five or more remote controls and 87 per cent having three or more.

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(via UsabilityNews)