Start with the cheapest and work your way up (not the other way around)

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In store, look at the basic, cheaper models first. Maybe one of these will meet your needs. If not, then work your way up until you find one with all the features that you require. If you start looking at the most expensive with the most features first, you might be talked in to buying more features (and spending more money) than you had intended.

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