Kindle Fire Captures 22% of Future Tablet Buyers, Kindle4reviews Reports

Next to iPad, Kindle Fire attracts 22% of future tablet buyers. Becoming the second most desired tablet in just a short time, it's becoming a huge threat to other tablet-makers.
Nov. 21, 2011 - PRLog -- Shipment of Amazon's Kindle Fire started just last November 15. And in just a short time, a study revealed that the gadget has already captured 22% of the future tablet buyers.

The said study was conducted by  ChangeWave Research, Kindle4reviews reports. It has found out that of all the computer tablets available in the market, Kindle 4 is the most preferred next to iPad. With its 18% advantage over the third in the list, Samsung Galaxy Tab, it is believed to be a major threat to other tablet vendors.

And even in the top spot, another study by ChangeWave Research showed that Kindle Fire also impacts the sale of Apple's iPad. Particularly, the launching of Kindle 4 is said to have delayed the iPad purchase of 26 percent of those who pre-ordered Amazon's kindle tablet.

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“It has been just a little more than a week since the shipment of Kindle Fire started. For that short time though, the latest tablet is already making a huge statement. And that is - it's going to be a serious threat to other vendors of computer tablet.”

“According to a survey by ChangeWave Research, Kindle Fire, in no time, is the second that most of the future tablet buyers are planning to purchase. Capturing 22% of them, Amazon's latest product is following Apple's iPad just as it was predicted before it's official release.”

“Sure, there is still a huge gap between iPad and Kindle Fire based on the survey. But given that it hasn't been long yet since Kindle 4 was introduced and released, the percentage of consumers that it has attracted is already a big achievement. With that, it sure is becoming a serious threat to other vendors as Samsung, Motorola and Toshiba.”

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“Among future tablet buyers, 65 percent of respondents said that they are planning to purchase Apple's iPad, a ChangeWave Research study found. In no time at all, Amazon's Kindle Fire has been able to attract 22 percent of future tablet buyers. The Samsung Galaxy Tab line, which has been available for over a year, was only able to muster 4 percent demand among consumers looking to buy a tablet in the coming months. According to ChangeWave, no other tablet vendor was able to secure just 1 percent demand among consumers.”

“That said, the pool of consumers who want to buy a tablet in the next 90 days isn't necessarily big. This month, 14 percent of consumers said that they plan to buy a tablet in the next three months, according to ChangeWave. But that is a marked improvement over the 6 percent demand tallied in August.”

“According to ChangeWave, the Kindle Fire isn't necessarily going to impact the iPad, which will continue to dominate the tablet space if these numbers hold up, but it is a major threat to all other tablet vendors that are trying to establish their products in the space.”

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According to Kindle4reviews, attracting 22% of the future tablet buyers is already a big achievement. And given that Kindle Fire, has been out only for just a little more than a week, it sure is an accomplishment.

With the impressive response of the consumers to the release of Amazon's latest kindle, Kindle4reviews believes that indeed it is a threat to other tablet vendors.

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Source:Maurice Manhattan
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