Traditional Computers Reign For Online Commerce, But Mobile Growing
Traditional computers such as laptops and desktops are the most prevalent devices for consumers looking to shop online around the world, but the mobile contingent is growing quickly, and has even reached near parity with desktops in the U.K.
According to a survey of 800 consumers in eight global markets (U.S., the U.K., Australia, Canada, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and Japan) by OHT-Mobile (the mobile division of One Hour Translation), traditional computers were used to access online commerce sites by 62% of consumers overall. But mobile cannot be ignored.
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