From the New York Times:
The average American household now owns some 25 consumer electronics products – televisions and stereos and high-tech gimcracks of every imaginable flavor. That statistic brings that industry’s annual convention in Las Vegas last week into stark relief. Some 130,000 people moved around a noisy, pulsing display space, with thousands of products covering a land mass that seemed roughly equivalent to Norway’s.
If a company wants its products to be among that 25, it is going to have to hustle.