Looking at Consumer Report data more closely

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Consumer Report surveyed 90,000 customers. If we assume that this 90,000 is representative of the actual laptop and tablet market, that would be around 2,000 people maybe less? I’m not sure what percentage of the market Microsoft has but all the information I could find had them lumped into the “other” category with the largest broken out by itself was around 5% so It obviously has to be lower than that.

Given that fact that Consumer Report does nothing to verify if the people actually own the device, their user base probably skews older and more than likely is not representative of the actual market , I really question how accurate their results could be with this type of product. Just curious what others think or if I missed somethng?

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