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The Digital Youth Study, developed by the CABA Internet Home Alliance Research Council and released Feb. 15, 2007, examined youth influence on consumer technology purchase. It found that youth age 8-18 have influence on the purchase of products/services that are primarily used by youth and not by parents. They exert little influence on the purchase of: desktops, laptops, Media Center PCs, external hard drives, printers (color laser, all-in-one inkjet, standard inkjet, snapshot photo), broadband, digital cameras, satellite radio, HDTV, and DVRs. Cisco Systems and AT&T led, funded and participated in this research.