Nielsen on tablets: Much hype, but not many sales
However, a report by Nielsen points that the general public is not as eager as you and us about tablets - according to the research firm, only 6% of all 27 000 customers that took part in the survey, are thinking about buying one.
These are the facts at the moment, but the situation is sure to change with the upcoming flood of first-class tablets, some of which were introduced yesterday - this will ensure more quality and more quantity, which obviously means more great tabs and cheaper prices.
Anyway, are you planning to buy a tablet any time soon?
1. Roberto Lim (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 06:26 0
I have been thinking about getting a Samsung Galaxy Tab, but have been holding off... I am not sure if it would really complement my smartphone and laptop, or is just a shiny new device which I will tire of quickly
2. ryq (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 06:28 0
ipad and galaxy tab are too expensive , while there are chinese brand android tablet already but their quality is still in question. maybe with the influx of new tablet by known companies like acer or asus will finally bring the price down. and maybe that is when i will buy one.
3. eddptty2003 posted on 06 Jan 2011, 06:30 0
as a verizon employee i would suggust waiting for the 10.1 in Motorola XOOM tablet that is going to be the best tablet with the best specs for a while.
6. kbayer posted on 07 Jan 2011, 05:12 0
So how much for the Xoom and when? What good is it if it's $1300 coming out in Aug 2011? Helps to know these things, whatever the numbers are.
4. KT (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 06:38 0
do any of these tablets have usb ports?
5. daniel_bargs posted on 06 Jan 2011, 09:41 0
maybe this survey is done 5 months before. do the survey after 1-2 months after CES and that 27000 will think buying one