New York Metro Has Most Gadgets; San Francisco Has The Most 'Streamers' And Other Techno Facts...
Retrevo has just released the results of its gadget survey and there are many interesting stats. Take a look:
States With Households Most Likely To Have Gadgets http://bit.ly/dank2x
- New York has the most iPads - 52% more households with at least one iPad.
- Maryland has the most smartphones - all those connected lobbyists and government workers. - 48% more households have at least one smartphone.
- Colorado has the most laptops - 13% more households have at least one laptop, close: Georgia and Minnesota.
- Massachusetts has the most e-Readers - about 49% more households with at least one.
- Michigan has the most point & shoot cameras - households are 8% more likely to have one.
- Maryland has the most HDTVs - 13% more homes with at least one.
- Pennsylvania has the most feature phones - 14% of households with at least one low-end phone.
- California is the greenest state when it comes to gadgets - 47% more likely to have recycled a gadget.
- San Francisco area has the most people using media streaming.
- San Francisco Bay area also has the most energy-efficient gadgets and appliances.
- Greater Atlanta has the most TVs per household.
- Phoenix Metro has the most old technology (VCRs etc).
- New York Metro has the most emerging technology gadgets and devices such as blue-ray.
Details on how the survey was conducted:
"This census was conducted online from March, 2010 through July, 2010 and received over 7500 individual responses from Retrevo users distributed across gender, age, and location. Questions were related to the ownership and usage of the following product categories: TVs, computers, cell phones, home theater electronics, cameras and camcorders, and other consumer electronics. Responses were weighted based on reported demographics to gain accurate estimations of gadget ownership and usage within and across demographics. All data is therefore reported as weighted data in which most responses have a confidence interval of +/- 4% at a 95% confidence level."