Thursday, October 25, 2018

67% Use Connected Devices; 64% Say They Do Not Depend on Them

Even though 67 percent of people surveyed by Clutch own a connected device such as a smart refrigerator, oven, or TV. But 64 percent say they do not depend on their connected devices to accomplish daily activities, a survey by Clutch has found.

On the other hand, 64 percent of people use their connected devices daily, typically to access important personal information regarding health, home, and news.

Nearly 40 percent of those surveyed say access to important information is the primary benefit of using a connected device, Clutch says.

Some 36 percent say they do depend on their devices to get through their daily lives. About 35 percent own a wearable device and 27 percent own a digital assistant such as a Google Home or Amazon Echo.



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