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Kids to Santa: We Want an iPad for Christmas

Written on November 24, 2010 by B Waldorf

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Most kids like Christmas because it is the season when they get want they wish for. But a survey shows that kids these days do not want the usual toys and candies. Surprise parents, your kid wants an iPad!

Just like the adult, almost all the American kids want an iPad for Christmas.

According to the latest survey from Nielsen, 31% of kids ages 6 to 12 years old indeed wants and iPad over any other playing device. The tablet ranked second with 29% together with the iPod Touch. The study was conducted last October. The survey includes 17 different kinds of electronic devices; from TVs to game consoles and mobile phones.

It shows that only 11% wanted an e-reader; maybe Amazon’s marketing effort isn’t good enough. See more of the survey results after the skip.

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