More and more Americans are buying tablets. A new report from Pew Internet and American Life Project says that 35% of Americans over 16 have a tablet, and 24% have dedicated e-readers like the Nook or Kindle. Overall, the average number of people with either a tablet or an e-reader is at 43%.
The report shows the findings of over 6,000 surveys between July and September of this year. It also asked whether or not the participants owned a cell phone or smartphone. While 91% claimed to own a cell phone, only 55% said they had a smartphone.
Check out the full findings of the report here.
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