US tablet ownership doubled in 2012
A survey covering nearly 60,000 Americans concluded that 19% of the respondents owned a tablet. The survey was for adults 18 years old or older, and found that the elderly are the slowest in tablet adoption. Those 47 or older were the ones least likely to own a tablet, with 14% of them having slates, but that’s again double the number from 2011.
What’s even more impressive, though, is the fact that 84% of adults go online every day, up from 78% last year. Check out the numbers right below.
source: Forrester via Tech Crunch
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1. simplyj posted on 20 Dec 2012, 07:23 1
You can count me as one of them, I bought a Nexus 7 last week. Couldn't be happier!
6. networkdood posted on 20 Dec 2012, 12:32 0
Awesome, huh - I play the hobbit game on it, non-stop
2. wendygarett posted on 20 Dec 2012, 07:24 4
Thanks to the nexus 7, kindle fire, and iPad mini for these... Now Microsoft launch Windows tablets, it will be quadrupled again next year lol :)
4. PhoneAddiction posted on 20 Dec 2012, 08:48 0
I own about 3 tablets and use none of them. They're only good for traveling in my opinion.