- domestic appliances that are mostly electronic in composition
- 1999, Miles, Ian, "Home Informatics: New Consumer Technologies, in eds. William H. Dutton et al., Society on the Line: Information Politics in the Digital Age, page 107
- : Electronics capabilities led to the emergence of a distinction between "white goods" (the typically enamelled kitchen appliances such as fridges and cookers) and "" (such as wood- or bakelite-cased record players, radios, and TVs).
- unbleached cotton textiles
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