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Soaring Satisfaction Levels for the iPad

ipadiPad – Defying the Typical Satisfaction Life Cycle for Technology Devices

I ran across this article yesterday while reading one of my healthcare journals. An “internationally recognized authority on media tablets and e-readers” at the University of Missouri has found that user satisfaction with the iPad is defying the typical satisfaction life cycle for technology devices. In most cases “satisfaction tends to drop off significantly after about 13 weeks. That clearly is not the trend with the iPad” says Roger Fidler, program director for digital publishing at the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri.

I guess you can guess that my satisfaction has not waned and is certainly increasing as I discover new and better ways to leverage my device. How about you? Is your satisfaction with the iPad still on the rise?

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    Chris Lee

    I am a healthcare administrator interested in being productive. I believe that the combination of a tablet (iPad Air 32GB) and a smartphone (iPhone 5 in my case) can drastically improve how we do work without adding too much complexity. The “how” of accomplishing this productivity is the focus of this blog. Here are just a few of the topics I hope to cover. Even though I use iOS devices currently I am in no way totally tied to Apple. I have used a Surface 2 for an extended time and am currently considering replacing my HP laptop with a Surface at some point, so keep reading to find out when this happens. Heck, I may even write a post some day on getting efficient with a Kindle Fire HD given that my daughter just got one for her birthday awhile back.

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