How Much We Stare At Our Various Screens?
Google-sponsored research shows how much we use smartphones, tablets, notebooks and other PDA gadgets.
- We spend 4.4 hours of our leisure time each day in front of screens
- Ninety percent of all media interactions were on a screen of some type or another, which leaves 10 percent for radio and print versions of newspapers and magazines
- Per interaction, the time spent staring at a particular screen ranged from 17 minutes for the smartphone and half an hour for a tablet to 39 minutes for a personal computer or laptop and 43 minutes for TV. However, 38 percent of our daily media interactions occur on a smartphone, 24 percent on a personal computer, and only nine percent on a tablet, the research found.
- Seventy-seven percent of the time when we are using a TV we are using another device at the same time. About half the time, we’re grabbing for our smartphones, according to Google.
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