I recently read a question that goes hand-in-hand with one of my previous questions, and I was going to provide a link in a comment when I realized that some of the relevant requirements were different (to be clear, the question was not a duplicate).
Here's a scenario that I imagined:
- Question 1 asks for a recommendation of a [piece of hardware] that costs [$X] and has [capabilities a-f].
- Question 2 asks for a recommendation of a [same piece of hardware] that costs [$Y] and has [capabilities g-l].
If the requirements of the products are similar enough but not identical (i.e. there is some non-negligible variation), should Question 2 be marked as a duplicate of Question 1, or should it remain open as its own question?