2011 U.S. CXOs’ Choice: Mobile Devices Products and Services

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Among the various mobile communication and computing products/services surveyed in this research, 99 percent of U.S. CXOs use/own laptops/notebooks. Almost half of CXOs have one or more tablet computers, although very few have more than two.The ten  percent of CXOs who own two or more tablet computers most frequently cite family needs as the reason for owning more than one. About 40 percent of CXOs have e-readers, or use tablets as e-readers. Of these, almost all use them during resting time, but rather few use them while commuting. Compared to 2010, in 2011 the U.S. CXOs respondents perceive the smart phones as more of personal purpose phones and the standard feature phones, that are still owned/used, are perceived more as business phones.

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