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Dear Lifehacker, There have been a lot of great new updates recently. I’m shopping for a new phone, a new video card for my computer, even some new headphones — but a lot of these new products are just hitting the market now. Does it make sense to jump on them right away? When does it make sense to buy versus hold off?
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Most of us have hesitated over an in-store purchase. You try something on, and you’re just not sure about it. Or you come across some gadget that seems useful, but you just don’t know if you’ll use it enough to make it worthwhile. This indecisiveness can be a big waste of time and willpower. Setting a dollar limit on your decisions can make things easier.