COVID-19 accelerated the adoption of health and wellness technologies and services, with 1 in 5 US households using online health services for the first time.
ARLINGTON, Virginia – Consumer excitement for technology products will increase over the next year as 39% of US households say they are, according to a new study by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
CTA’s 23rd Annual Consumer Technology Ownership & Market Potential Study also says U.S. consumers’ intent to purchase tech products in the next 12 months is 11% higher than it was at that time last year – with smartphones, Video game consoles and televisions are driving growth.
“For more and more people today, technology is essential – not just for working, learning and networking during the pandemic, but also to change our lives for the better after the pandemic,” said Steve Koenig, Vice President for Research, CTA. “As we all adapted to life during the pandemic and created new …