Japan ‘downright slow’ at adopting new technologies

Research firm McKinsey published an interesting report recently summarizing a survey that showed the digital habits of 5000 people across eight countries.

The findings suggest that the perception of Japanese consumers as ones who are in love with the latests gadgets may not be an accurate one.

When asked about tablet computers, MicKinsey says that only four per cent of consumers surveyed had one already, far lower than the nine per cent of respondents from neighboring Korea.

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