AOL has compiled a list of five gadgets that the average consumer “shouldn’t buy”. They are the: PlayStation 3, HD-DVD players, “Draft N” wireless routers, Windows Vista, and 10-megapixel cameras. Do you agree? Here’s what Jason Chen has to say:

Sure, we can see why HD players and Draft N are on the list—you want to wait until the scene stabilizes—but 10-megapixel cameras? Sure, most people don’t notice the megapixel difference and megapixels are a lousy way of counting camera quality, but there’s nothing wrong with getting a good camera that has more than 10-megapixels

[via Gizmodo]

AOL has compiled a list of five gadgets that the average consumer “shouldn’t buy”. They are the: PlayStation 3, HD-DVD players, “Draft N” wireless routers, Windows Vista, and 10-megapixel cameras. Do you agree? Here’s what Jason Chen has to say:

Sure, we can see why HD players and Draft N are on the list—you want to wait until the scene stabilizes—but 10-megapixel cameras? Sure, most people don’t notice the megapixel difference and megapixels are a lousy way of counting camera quality, but there’s nothing wrong with getting a good camera that has more than 10-megapixels

[via Gizmodo]