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Smartphones and tablets are high on German Christmas lists

Friday 28 November 2014 | 14:33 CET | News
IT association Bitkom said 26 percent of people in German expect to give or receive a tablet or smartphone for Christmas 2014, and 16 percent want a fitness tracker armband. It found a quarter of those aged 14 to 29 want to get a smartphone and 32 percent want a tablet. In total, 69 percent of people in Germany plan to buy computing, mobile communications or other consumer electronics over yuletide.

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