If you’ve ever held and used a tablet computing device such as the Apple iPad, you probably already know the addictive nature of its touch-based interactions. The iPad, when it launched, was and still is a revolutionary device, improving with each generation, getting lighter, thinner and faster — as well as appealing to adults, teens, and even children as young as one year old. This infographic from BestChoiceReviews.org takes a look at some of the numbers behind the iPad.
As smartphones and tablets have become the norm, more and more of us rely every day on mobile applications. From your favorite weather tracker or news app to Angry Birds, developers all around the world are hard at work bringing new and innovative applications to mobile devices. But what are the tools that enable developers to make more innovative apps?
This infographic from T2C was prepared for a contest made by PEJ and The Economist. They picked Victorian eye candy visuals to highlight the most interesting details from a recent report by Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism. These include data on tablet news consumption habits, most common ways of reading news, and of course the latest figures from the tablet market segmentation.
Many tablets have similar features, price points, look/feels, so how do you really know you’re making the right choice? Some of these tablets are no small investments: ranging from $47 to $1,047. The following infographic by BlackFridays by BradsDeals may help you figure out which tablet is right for you.
Are you planning to purchase a tablet but can’t decide which one is just right for you? This infographic from APCodes.com compares three of the most popular tablets on the market, namely the Apple iPad 3, the Nexus 7 and Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD. Get all the facts and figures and make an informed decision.
Retailers can gain a competitive edge by accommodating this growing population of tablet consumers by streamlining their websites with fast load times, larger fonts on product pages, tap-zoom functionality, and simplified checkout processes as this infographic from Miva Merchant will demonstrate.
According to stats from PC Housing, smartphones and tablets are slowly placing themselves in between water and food as top necessities for business travelers. It makes sense. Being on the road is simply made easier and more manageable by these tools that allow us to stay connected but are these mobile devices taking up too much of our time?
The digital world is converging on a revolutionary all-in-one device, the powerful, brand new iPad. These are the iconic portable devices that are causing many older devices to become extinct because of Apple’s innovation. This infographic highlights some of those devices that are either now extinct or very soon will be.
There is a phenomenon sweeping the digital nation. It’s called the “Pass Back” and it can be seen in restaurants, doctor offices, grocery stores and banks all across the country. Parents are sharing their smartphones and tablets with their kids to entertain and educate while running errands around town and at home.
Since the debut of Apple’s iPad in Jan. 2010, enterprises have been looking for ways to incorporate tablets into the workplace. Meanwhile, other companies are introducing tablet alternatives that incorporate the security, control and flexibility features that the business world demands. This infographic from VentureBeat.com illustrates the explosion seen in the tablet market, the statistics on enterprise adoption and application innovations in tablet technology.
Enterprises are witnessing a transformation led by smartphones and tablet devices. Mobility is slowly becoming a critical part of IT strategy. As employees and business processes go mobile, the folks at [x]cube LABS tried to decode enterprise mobility, crunching numbers to present an informative infographic detailing out the technology used in enterprise mobility and industry verticals that are at the forefront of mobilizing its operations.
This Infographic takes a look at the this year’s saga that began once HP discontinued its TouchPad Tablet, drastically cutting its price to dump inventory. All of a sudden, the New Tablet was in demand and this brought about a series of events, which have been outlined in the Infographic below.
Testing service Monetate has released an infographic full of stats on desktop shopping compared to behaviors of mobile and tablet usage, based on data from their own service. Desktop shopping still takes 1st place but mobile and tablet is rising.