82% of future tablet owners will buy an iPad
Yesterday ChangeWave revealed the results of another survey, which shows that 82% of future tablet owners would prefer to buy an iPad instead of its competitors, namely Motorola Xoom and RIM Playbook.
3,091 consumers were asked in February what tablet would they like to buy and only 4% and 3% would choose Xoom and PlayBook respectively. Another 3% would stick with Samsung Galaxy Tab.
It was also found that first-gen iPad owners are very pleased with their device with only 2% who were "somewhat unsatisfied" and another 2% who "don't know".
In November 2010 25% of surveyed people showed interest in purchasing a tablet, now this share has increased to 27%. 5% of respondents said they will most probably buy a tablet in the next three months.
Survey shows that there are 24% of AT&T iPad owners and only 17% of those who chose to buy an iPad in Verizon store. As you may know, Verizon was offering the iPad along with its own MiFi hotspot.
Most surveyed people won't buy a 3G-enabled iPad. 28% will be satisfied with Wi-Fi version. It was also revealed that 19% of iPad purchases come from Apple and 9% come from retail partners, like Target, Walmart or Best Buy.
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