If you’ve ever bought a laptop or smartphone, you may have noticed that the prices of most products have gone up over the past few years.
This is due to an increasing demand for laptops and other mobile devices as a way to get around the grid.
And that demand is increasing with every passing year.
The average price of a laptop in the United States has increased by 20 percent over the last two years, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), with prices increasing by more than 20 percent for laptops, 25 percent for tablets, and more than 25 percent each for desktop computers and smartphones.
According to the CPDC, the average price for a laptop rose to $1,631 in 2015, an increase of 17.6 percent over 2015.
In 2017, the cost of a Dell laptop rose by 12.6% to $2,634.
The price for Samsung’s Galaxy Note7, which was recently banned in Japan, rose by 14.6%, and the price for the Acer Chromebook 13 rose by 11.5%.
The prices of these electronic devices have risen by an average of $1.07 per pound for all laptops, $1 per pound in the notebook category, and $0.07 in the desktop category.
This translates into an annual price increase of $10.39.
According the CPSC, in the last decade, the price of the average smartphone has increased from $1 to $3, and the cost for tablets has risen from $0 to $9.99.
This equates to an annual increase of more than $1 billion.
According a report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the world’s population has grown by over a billion people over the course of the last 50 years.
In 2018, the population will be over 7.3 billion.
That’s a 3.4 percent increase.