Most Americans Purchase Tablets for Christmas

Vuclip’s survey of more than 20,000 Americans has revealed that 57% of them are attending purchase a tablet by Christmas, and most of them are attending keep it for themselves.

Of those who intend to purchase a tablet, 66 percent of men said that they would mainly purchase a tablet for themselves; 45 percent of women said the same. The next most likely recipient is a friend, with 12 percent of men and 16 percent of women making that indication. Spouses and significant others didn't fare even that well, with 6 percent of men and 10 percent of women intending to buy a tablet for that very important individual.

As for the brand name that consumers plan to buy, Apple wins out with nearly 30 percent. Samsung comes in second with 22 percent. The Kindle is far behind at 3 percent. And for the most important features consumers are seeking, brand name topped this list with 26 percent of consumers making a choice based on brand.

The amazing number of 57% of the survey respondents intending to purchase a tablet by Christmas gifts that the number of these devices both in the US and worldwide will skyrocket

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