All-in-one desktop PCs by country [MetaFAQs]

Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, April 20, 2021

Are desktop AIOs (all-in-one desktop PCs) being widely used? Who is the installed base share leader? This MetaFAQs details the percentage of adults using any of the major brands of AIOs (All-in-one desktop PCs) in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan. The specific leading brands are Apple, HP, Dell, Lenovo, and Fujitsu.

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Preferences for tablet or home PC for activities [MetaFAQs]

Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, April 5, 2021 

How differently are tablets and home PCs being used? Among users with both tablets and home PCs, which activities are being used on both? Which activities are more unique to home PCs and which with tablets? This MetaFAQs details the activities in common, home PC-centric, and tablet-centric between users of both home PCs and tablets in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan. 

About MetaFAQs 

MetaFAQs are answers to frequently asked questions about technology users. The research results showcase the TUP/Technology User Profile study, MetaFacts’ survey of a representative sample of online adults profiling the full market’s use of technology products and services. The current wave of TUP is TUP/Technology User Profile 2020, which is TUP’s 38th annual. 

Current subscribers may use the comprehensive TUP datasets to obtain even more results or tailor these results to fit their chosen segments, services, or products. As subscribers choose, they may use the TUP inquiry service, online interactive tools, or analysis previously published by MetaFacts. 

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Indexing 

TUP Lenses: Tablets, Activities, PCs 

Tags: Tablets, Home PCs, Activities, Home PC Activities, Tablet Activities 

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Children’s schoolwork by device type-American adults with kids 6-17 by adult’s gender [MetaFAQs]

Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, March 24, 2021

There are many ways for school-age children to get help with their schoolwork. This MetaFAQs looks at the connected devices that adults regularly use to help – PCs, smartphones, or tablets.

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Schoolwork and younger children’s education by device type [MetaFAQs]

Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, March 23, 2021

During pandemic times, many school-age children, especially younger ones, are getting their education at home. This MetaFAQs reports on adults’ connected devices for children’s schoolwork and other educational activities. We have split the results by device type – home PC, smartphone, tablet, or work PC – and country – the US, Germany, the UK, and Japan.

About MetaFAQs

MetaFAQs are answers to frequently asked questions about technology users. The research results showcase the TUP/Technology User Profile study, MetaFacts’ survey of a representative sample of online adults profiling the full market’s use of technology products and services. The current wave of TUP is TUP/Technology User Profile 2020, which is TUP’s 38th annual.

Current subscribers may use the comprehensive TUP datasets to obtain even more results or tailor these results to fit their chosen segments, services, or products. As subscribers choose, they may use the TUP inquiry service, online interactive tools, or analysis previously published by MetaFacts.

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Purchase plans among employees working only from home [MetaFAQs]

Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, February 11, 2021

Employees that only work from home are doing their best to get work done. Many have plans to purchase new technology. This MetaFAQs reports on the purchase plans for desktops, notebooks/laptops, Chromebooks, tablets, and smartphones by country.

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Key home PC trends [TUPdate]

Home PC Penetration

The home PC has been a central part of the American technology user’s world for years, and while remaining so for many, the home PC is slowly losing its primacy among some market segments.

Home PCs have been challenged by the emerging use of smartphones and tablets, not only among younger Americans. Older Americans have also rapidly adopted smartphones and are starting to discover how to use them well. Home PC makers, software developers, and service providers have worked hard to keep the home PC as a central device, or at least one that is included.

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