99.7% Of People Still Haven’t Bought A Tablet Yet | Chart Of The Day
[…] Only 0.3% of the Earth’s inhabitants owned a tablet at the end of 2010, RBC analyst Mike Abramsky notes [on March 3] in a detailed, 88-page report about the future of the tablet market. That means 99.7% of the people on Earth still haven’t bought a tablet yet!
[…] Abramsky predicts more than 400 million tablet users worldwide by 2014, including 185 million tablets sold in 2014. But he thinks Google Android, not Apple, will come to lead the market, representing 40% of the 2014 tablet market, versus 34% for Apple, 13% for Microsoft, 8% for BlackBerry, and 5% for HP WebOS.
My question is: how much of that 99.7% is actually a viable market?