Tablets may be starting to steal people away from their laptops, desktops, and even televisions, according to a survey released this week by Google’s AdMob service.
The survey–administered by Google’s mobile-centric advertising network, traffic-tracking service, and trend-spotting business–was conducted last month and had 1,430 respondents. It doesn’t specify any particular brand of tablet device.
Among the survey’s results, 77 percent of respondents said their PC use dropped after they got a tablet, and 43 percent said they spend more time with their slates than with desktops or laptops. As for television, one in three of those who replied said they lock eyes with their tablets more than with their TVs.