Is there a divide in which ethnic/Hispanic group of Americans use connected devices? Do some groups use smartphones or PCs at a higher or lower rate than others? Do tablets or feature/basic cell phones have a higher or lower penetration rate? This MetaFAQs reports on the usage of connected devices by type among online Americans in five self-reported groups: White/non-Hispanic, Black/non-Hispanic, Asian/non-Hispanic, Hispanic, and Other/non-Hispanic.
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