Are you browsing Ubergizmo with a new Microsoft Surface or maybe a Google Nexus 7 or 10 and feel like life can’t get any better than it is right now? Well – we hope you’re sitting down while you’re reading this as it seems both devices haven’t had much of an impact on the Web since their releases.
The news comes from Chitika Insights who have sampled tablet impressions from the U.S. and Canada in mid-November to find only 0.13% of all tablet web traffic came from the Microsoft Surface. Google’s Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 combined only accounted for 0.91% of all tablet web traffic.
On the other side of the spectrum, Apple’s iPad accounted for approximately 88% of all tablet web traffic, while the other 11% of tablet web traffic were sprinkled across multiple tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire, RIM PlayBook and other various Android tablets. This may lead you to believe the iPad currently is the kind of the tablets in terms of its web traffic, and that is absolutely correct. It seems no matter how many iPads Apple comes out with on a yearly basis, it will reign supreme in the tablet world.
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