Ever bought something only to immediately regret it? Hands up people, it's your time to shine.
While the internet makes it pretty easy to avoid some of the worst pitfalls when it comes to spending your money, every now and again we all make a purchase that is objectively, definitively, flat out wrong.
One such purchase I made: the LG G4. While it lasted several months - a veritable age compared to the three month window some people had before their screen or charging port died - I discovered my folly when crossing the road one day in the middle of Sydney. After an app white-screened on me, the phone just flat out died - and never recovered.
Coupled with the lack of security updates, no Android Nougat at the time, and issues with boot loops, I'm genuinely confused as to why I bought the phone in the first place. On the plus side, I only paid around $550 at the time (imported, obviously), but that also could have been money that went to a phone that ... well, still works.
Another purchase that I still slightly regret - although it wasn't terrible at the time - was building my very first PC around a Celeron CPU instead of a AMD Duron. But I was a kid, and kids are impatient. That'll happen.
So tell us: what poor tech choices have you made in your life?