ChangeWave survey shows same level of acceptance by iTablet as occurred by Intel Macs

ChangeWave survey shows same level of acceptance by iTablet as occurred by Intel Macs

Faced with such a buzz about iTablet / iSlate, ChangeWave Research decided to carry out a survey this month to assess public consumption intentions about the new product, not even announced by Apple.

The big surprise? The numerical data was * identical * to that found by ChangeWave in August 2005, when Apple was preparing to launch its first Intel-based Mac:

In this survey, 3,314 people were interviewed. Of this total, 4% said they were "very interested" in Ma's tablet, and 14% "somewhat interested".

On the other hand, the numbers referring to Macs were not so good this time more specifically Apple laptops, whose purchases fell from 24% to 17% (while desktops rose 3 percentage points):

Still, however, 15% of survey respondents bought a laptop from Apple in the past 90 days, and 8% a desktop the highest value combined by ChangeWave in the past two years:

Apple's throne in consumer satisfaction remains guaranteed, with 78% of respondents claiming to be “very satisfied” with their Ma products:

(via Macsimum News)