Tablets and smartphones are the consumer electronics products most Americans want for Christmas, and many of them would rather get a tablet than money or even "peace and happiness", according to the Consumer Electronics Association's researchers.
Perhaps most people would have guessed as much, but CEA has numbers. It seems that 8.3 percent of Americans would like a tablet most of all, while 4.8 percent would like money, and 4 percent a laptop PC. Only 4.5 percent wanted peace and happiness.
At the CES Unveiled presentation in London today (Thursday), the CEA researchers also provided
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