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|Regardless of where people are headed, they won't be leaving home without a variety of technologies. Making the top of the list, nearly 60 percent of people use cell phones while on the go. Of all the age groups, 25- to 34-year-olds use cell phones the most. More than one out of three Americans (35 percent) are into portable stereos, making this tech toy the second most popular on-the-go item.
In fact, twice as many people ages 18 to 24 report using portable stereos compared to 25- to 55-year olds.
Music is definitely a must in the car, as more than 90 percent of Americans listen to music in their vehicles on CD players, tape players or car radios, followed by portable CD players (31 percent) and portable stereos (30 percent). The younger generation is the most tech savvy when it comes to music, as 18- to 24-year-olds groove to the music on the go -- more than any other age group -- with advanced technologies such as portable MP3 and CD players.
Entertainment on the go is becoming more popular than ever, especially in the car. Although the top wish-I-had technology product was the notebook computer (49.1 percent), more than 20 percent (21.3 percent) of people indicated they would like to own a Mobile Video unit to make those long trips more entertaining. Of that 21.3 percent, 62 percent are female, indicating that mom would appreciate something in the back seat to keep the kids busy. A surprising 16.5 percent of respondents said they would choose a global positioning system (GPS) as their most desired product. Men accounted for 70 percent of that group, alluding that most men would rather use a GPS than ask someone for directions.
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