Feb 13 2014, 6:07am CST | by Sumayah Aamir
Yes, believe it or not, when it comes to the most heavily utilized gadget in the office all over America, it is none other than Microsoft’s Surface Tablet that takes the prize. This particular piece of technology is more suited to work-related activities.
While it is a neck-to-neck competition between all three, Microsoft emerges the winner by a leading edge. Counting the total web traffic hours consumed, Bill Gates creation has the Midas touch.
The iPad meanwhile is employed throughout the day. There is a difference here that is plain as the light of day. And iPad users are way ahead of the Android base. The peak volume of all three throughout the 24 hours shows that work hours are occupied by Surface Tablet users.
Thus here we have a result based on statistics that is contrary to expectations. It seems that America’s business is run on Microsoft’s Surface Tablets. With the high tech and software giants engaged in a ruthless battle for supremacy, it is the public that ultimately benefits.
The consumers have their ever need catered to in a micromanaged fashion thanks to the invisible hand of economics. The result is allocation according to ability and availability.
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