Forty-three percent of Americans at least 16 years old and up own either a tablet computer or e-reader or both, according to a survey by Pew's Internet & American Life project. Pew included the late-teen demographic after its 2011 survey, only to discover that the 16- and 17-year-old set owns a higher percentage of the mobile devices (46%) than the 18- to 29-year-old demo (37%). Overall, ownership tracks wealth and education, but whereas half of English-speaking Asian-Americans own a tablet -- the highest percentage by race -- white Americans own the most e-book readers.
Pew: Tablets, e-book readers increase their American market share
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