iPhone outselling all individual netbook vendors

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A recent survey from goo Research, reported on by japan.internet.com, into mobile devices (the fourth time this regular survey was conducted) found that the iPhone far outsold ASUS’s Eee PC, the top netbook.

Demographics

On the 9th of February 2010 1,080 members of the goo Research monitor group completed a private internet-based questionnaire. 53.1% of the sample were male, 17.0% in their teens, 18.7% in their twenties, 21.2% in their thirties, 16.5% in their forties, and 26.6% aged fifty or older.

It is useful to compare the outcome of this survey and the other survey I published yesterday on mini notebook computers.

Research results

Q1: Other than an ordinary mobile phone, which of the following mobile devices do you have? (Sample size=1,080, multiple answer)

 VotesPercentage
Nintendo DS49145.5%
Ordinary notebook computer29126.9%
PlayStation Portable20318.8%
Netbook (to SQ1)787.2%
Smartphone (to SQ2)686.3%
PDA686.3%
PND141.3%
Tablet PC111.0%
MID,UMPC50.5%
Other60.6%
None of the above36033.3%

Q1SQ1: What makers’ netbooks do you have? (Sample size=78, multiple answer)

 VotesPercentage
ASUSTek Eee PC2025.6%
Acer Aspire One1215.4%
Toshiba dynabook UX911.5%
Hewlett-Packard mini810.3%
Fujitsu FMV Biblo Loox M810.3%
Sony Vaio W810.3%
Lenovo IdeaPad67.7%
NEC LaVie Light56.4%
Dell Inspirion mini56.4%
Onkyo SOTEC CI45.1%
MSI Wind Netbook33.8%
Espon Direct Endeavour Na01 mini22.6%
Mouse Computers LuvBook U, G11.3%
Other67.7%
Don’t know45.1%

Q1SQ2: What kind of smartphone do you have? (Sample size=78, multiple answer)

 VotesPercentage
iPhone5175.0%
W-Zero3 series1217.6%
Windows Mobile (excluding W-Zero3)811.8%
Google phone (Android)45.9%
BlackBerry45.9%
Other00.0%
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1 Comment »

  1. Janne said,
    March 10, 2010 @ 09:17

    Of course, another, just as truthful headline would be “More people prefer netbooks over smartphones”. Or “Nintendo DS outsells iPhone 10 to 1.”

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