Tablets are on the rise. As their prices drop, more people rely on them to get things done. Tablet users do consume a lot of data. But it turns out that smartphone users are consuming even more. According to mobile analytics firm Arieso, smartphone users are now consuming more data than tablet users event though the tablet PC market is growing fast.
it seems the capabilities of the newest smartphones – not tablets – are unleashing even greater user demand. Once you move away from raw consumption statistics, the most remarkable finding is the way in which people use smartphones and tablets … Regardless of device type and operating system, there is very little variation in the usage ‘signature’ between smartphone users and between tablet users,
explains study author and Arieso CTO, Dr. Michael Flanagan. The data suggests that iPhone 5 owners are the “hungriest” data consumers. They demand 50% more than iPhone 4S users. It just happens that 40% of all data is consumed by 1% of users. With tablets becoming even more sophisticated and “phablets” hitting the market, it will be interesting to see when tablets can get back on top in data consumption.
Speaking of tablets, many owners take advantage of their slates to get serious business done. Those who are planning to do a lot of typing on their tablet should probably consider picking on a decent keyboard case (or dock) for it. The ClamCase Pro keyboard is an elegant case that turns your iPad into a mini laptop. It has an aluminum silver finish with black keys. The case supports various viewing angles and connects to your iPad using Bluetooth.
The ClamCase Pro Keyboard case has a polycarbonate shell and is scratch resistant. Its viewing angle is adjustable too. The rechargeable battery can last months per charge. The case will cost you $170.
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