Most of the players in the corporate world fancy the Apple iPad when it comes to choose a tablet computer for their employees, research firm ChangeWave claims.
A fresh survey conducted by ever-inquisitive ChangeWave Research showed that 82 per cent of the businesses that decided to provide their employees with a tablet device preferred the iPad.
However, only 7 per cent of respondents out of the total 1,641 said that their companies were providing employees with tablet devices. The figure is up 1 per cent from the survey carried out in August.
According to the survey, Hewlett-Packard’s Slate attracted 11 per cent of the tablet-buying businesses, while the Dell Streak attracted 7 per cent.
Sixty-nine per cent of the iPad users said that they were "very satisfied," while 28 per cent said they were "somewhat satisfied" with the tablet most popular computer.
As far as Hewlett-Packard’s Slate is concerned, 23 per cent said they were "very satisfied", while 46 per cent said they were "somewhat satisfied" with the product. Only 12 per cent of the users of the Dell Streak said they were "very satisfied", while 62 per cent said they were "somewhat satisfied" with the 5-inch tablet.
The survey also claimed that out of the businesses buying tablet devices in 2011, 78 per cent has plans to buy the Apple iPad.
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