Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The additive effect of tablet usage.

In little more than two years, the tablet has gone from an early adopter’s “must-have” to an increasingly common device for consumers, even for those who consider themselves less tech-savvy. 

Think about it: it was only in 2010 that Apple launched the first iPad, essentially marking the birth of the tablet for the mainstream consumer. 

There are now variants from dozens of manufacturers available in the global marketplace, and the number of devices continues to grow as products evolve. According to recent Nielsen surveys, a significant percentage of Americans and Europeans now own tablets.

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