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Tip of the Week: Avoid Buyer’s Remorse By Renting a Gadget Before Buying It

Tip of the Week: Avoid Buyer’s Remorse By Renting a Gadget Before Buying It

When it comes to buying technology, sometimes, despite the fact that the Internet offers a plethora of product reviews and detailed information for you to research to your heart’s content, it’s still possible to regret your purchase and decide to return it. In order to combat buyer’s remorse, more services are popping up that let consumers rent products before buying.

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