Using a mobile PC extensively is a sport for younger men. Nearly half (47%) of adults using a mobile PC 40 or more hours per week are male age 18 to 44. Within this group, males age 18 to 34 make up nearly a third (31%) of these adults. Younger women aged 18 to 44, although a smaller group than younger men, still represent nearly a third (31%) of the Busiest Mobile PC Users.
Even though seniors age 65 and older make up 10% of all adult computer users, this group makes up only 2% of adults who use a mobile PC 40 or more hours a week.
This information is released from the Busy Mobiles Profile Report, a Technology User Profile solution from MetaFacts. It is based on recent survey-based research, reporting directly from a representative sample of actual users. The Busy Mobiles Profile Report is available for immediate purchase through the online store at the MetaFacts website – MetaFacts.com
Other findings in the MetaFacts Busy Mobiles Profile Report include:
- How many busy Mobiles?
- Who are these busy users?
- The Most Busy Mobile PC Users are in Certain Occupations
- What keeps the busiest so busy?
- Who Owns the Busiest Mobile PCs?
- What are the Attitudes of the Busiest?
- What Kinds of Mobile PCs are Used the Most?
- Locations Where the Busiest Mobile PCs are Used
- Where the Busiest Stop to Shop
- Electronics Used by the Busiest Mobile PC Households
- Shopping List of the Busy Mobile PC Household
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