What is the average number of TVs and computers in a household? Are we getting too high tech.?
There are probably as many tvs and computers as there is members of the household. So if there are three household members -- there are three televisions and three computers. This is probably true for households with individuals who are at least 12 years old. This is my guess.
We have three tvs, and two computers, I don't watch much tv, but it seems like we need more computers. It seems like we are getting too high tech, and everything else is starting to look more attractive now, like going out more.
It is hard to resist technology but it can be done. We have one tv, one computer and no cell phone. It is amazing how much free time you can really have when you don't carry a cell....
At the very minimum families have two computers (one as a laptop). TV's are usually one in the family room and one in each bedroom. Definitely, we are getting high tech.
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