One in three (34 percent) would like to give away tablet computer or buy it for themselves this year. This is the result of a representative population survey among 1,007 persons, ages 16+, on behalf of the digital association Bitkom. According to Bitkom three out of ten (31 percent) a fitness tracker under the tree are, almost one in four (24 percent) wants to buy a smartphone for a party.
“Smart technology fascinates more and more people and has been popular for Christmas presents for many years,” says Christian Kulick, member of the Bitkom management.
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One in nine wants to give away virtual reality glasses
For example, one in five (20 percent) wants to give game consoles for Christmas, while a similar number (19 percent) want to buy a smart TV. For every seventh (14 percent) it should be a smartwatch to the festival. A stationary computer or laptop wants to acquire 13 percent.
For every ninth (11 percent) is a virtual reality glasses on the wish list. This is followed by digital language assistants (9 percent) and household robots (8 percent), who can perform certain tasks around the home and garden, such as vacuuming, wiping or lawn mowing.
With a little distance, drones are also interesting as a gift. 3 percent want to give the remote-controlled flying robot for Christmas.