The Consumer Electronics Association just posted its annual list of the most common tech devices that people own. They only released the percentages for about half of them, but here's how they stack up.  Just so you know, we own most all of these devices and you probably do as well.

97% of households in the U.S. have at least one Television.

DVD or Blu-Ray players are in 78% of homes.

Smartphones, 72%. Which is up 8% from last year. Old-fashioned cell phones didn't make the list for the first time in 17 years.

Here are a few others - Laptops, Digital cameras, Printers, Headphones and Desktop Computers.

54% of homes have an iPads or tablets, and as many also own Video game consoles.

In addition, 29% of homes have at least one streaming device like a Roku, 40% subscribe to a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu, 11% have a wearable fitness tracker like a Fitbit and 5% now own a smartwatch.

So how many do you own or have in your home?