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Wedding Ring or Laptop? [POLL]

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A survey CNBC from by Intel found that people would rather lose their wedding ring than their laptop or cell phone.

Three out of four people said that losing their electronic device would be more stressful than misplacing their wedding ring.  The only object that people said would be MORE stressful to lose was their wallet.         

When traveling, 64% of people said that their electronics had priority over toiletries if they were running out of room in their luggage.  

One in five people said they’d experienced “device envy” after seeing someone else’s laptop or phone and deciding it was better than theirs.   

30% of people say they get annoyed when strangers sitting near them try to peek at their screen when they’re using a phone or computer . . . but 33% of people admit that they do it too.

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