Convertible Laptop Preferences
We asked respondents how they would most prefer to convert a touch-screen laptop into tablet form. 41% say they would prefer to Remove or Detach the Screen completely to convert it into a tablet, vs. 19% who say Flipping the Screen over 360 Degrees.
Demand for Large Screen Size
Demand for large-screen devices continues to grow, with 65% of planned smartphone buyers saying they prefer a 5-inch screen or larger (i.e., a phablet) – up 2-pts from previously to a new high.
Products Put on Hold Because of Smart Watch Purchase
We asked current smart watch owners if there are any purchases they had put on hold or cancelled because they had bought a smart watch. While half of this group say they haven’t put any products on hold, 18% say they’re putting off buying a health and fitness monitor, and 10% a traditional watch.
Use of IoT Technology
We asked respondents about their company’s plans for using Internet of Things (IoT) technology, and 21% report their company is already using it or plans to do so over the next six months. Another one-in-four (26%) report their company is Considering Using IoT in the future.
In-Car Wireless Purchase Preference
With a growing range of companies competing in the connected car market, we asked interested respondents which type of company they would most prefer to use for connectivity solutions. 41% chose Tech Company and 35% Wireless Service Provider. Just 18% selected Automobile Manufacturer.
ChangeWave Research, a service of 451 Research
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