Tablets by the Numbers

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CDW found that 59 percent of tablet owners they surveyed owned their own tablets, while 34 percent were owned by their employer. They also found that the majority of respondents also used another computing device - 68 percent used a desktop, 62 percent used a laptop, and 53 percent also used a smartphone.

On a daily basis, tablets are becoming more deeply enmeshed in how the world works and plays. Whether it is tablets for kids in the Los Angeles Unified School District or growth in Malaysia and Latin America, tablets are rapidly superseding PCs, smartphones and other forms of electronic communications. The numbers in this slideshow show how fast the tablet segment is growing.

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