'Most popular' Christmas gift Amazon Kindles 'go unused'

   Jan 22, 3:19 pm

London, Jan 22 (ANI): Amazon's Kindle e-reader was one of the popular gifts during this Christmas in the UK, but many have gone unused, according to a survey.

The survey revealed that most people who received a Kindle, but did not used it because they had failed to download any e-books, The telegraph reports.

A separate survey found one in 40 British adults was given Amazon's e-reader, making it one of the big hits of Christmas 2011.

The Kindle was one of the big hits of Christmas 2011. A separate survey found one in 40 British adults was given Amazon's e-reader .

Those who received an Apple iPad meanwhile, which costs around four times as much as a Kindle, were more likely to have used it.

Only nine per cent of new owners said their tablet had remained untouched. (ANI)

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