Today is the day of Christmas and it seems that this year started to run from the time that the pandemic stopped our country. But even if everything is different, tonight it is important to be close to yours, even if it is by video call. Today is also the night where Christmas gifts are exchanged and technology is increasingly present in this gesture.
Thus, we then asked readers about which gadgets they wanted to receive this Christmas. And by the results, computers, consoles and smartphones are the ones that people most want in this court.
What gadgets would you like to receive this Christmas?
After last week’s question is finished, the disclosure of all results now follows through the analysis of the 3,191 replies obtained.
According to the results, the PCs e Desktops are the most desired gadgets for this Christmas, chosen by 13% of the votes, followed by Video Game Consoles (9%) and Smartphones (9%).
With 7% of the votes both, are the TV / SmartTV and the Smartwatches/Smartbands, followed by two Drones (6%) e Earphones/Headphones (6%).
The Tablets, Domestic Robots e Cameras they are also part of the readers’ choices, each of the three with 4% of the votes.
Below in the list of gadgets are all, with 3% of the votes, the VR glasses, Raspberry PI, as Electric Scooters / Hoverboards, the Mice / Keyboards e Video projectors.
Also nominated, but with fewer votes, are the Portable Speakers / Music Players, BoxTV, Action Chamber, PowerBanks, Printers, Routers e WiFi repeaters. At the end of the list is the GPS.
For a better visual perception, follow the graph with the results:
If you didn’t answer, tell us now what gadgets you would like to receive this Christmas.
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