A study has revealed that we will spend more than four hours on Christmas Day unwrapping presents, removing packaging and struggling to understand instructions for new gadgets.
"Gadget rage is a common Christmas condition," the Daily Express quoted Fran Sorci, of technology advice experts Geek Squad, as saying.
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The study of 3,000 Britons found that toys, games consoles, mobiles, laptops and televisions cause the biggest headaches.
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