PCs are powerful multipurpose devices. They are archives, players, editing and publishing tools. When put in use, however, they serve to play games, to listen to music, to enjoy photos and video with a focus on at most two domains. Few are the people who listen to music and share memories or produce videos. This is what emerges from Forrester Moving beyond a one-size-fits-all consumer PC (17-05-05).
The survey reveals that the most frequent leisure activities are: play games (53%); share memories (13%); produce videos (12%); listen to music (8%); TV (6%). Less than one in ten households carry out more than two activities.
The data comes from Forrester’s Benchmark Survey of 60.010 North American households