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Not surprisingly, much has been made about Samsung's getting one up on Apple. But as Fortune pointed out Friday, Samsung's win doesn't necessarily add up. A table that J.D. Power didn't provide with its press release showed rankings in five key areas -- performance, ease of use, physical design, tablet features, and cost. Those metrics were then used to determine overall satisfaction. According to J.D. Power, it measures satisfaction through this metric: performance (26 percent); ease of operation (22 percent); styling and design (19 percent); features (17 percent); and cost (16 percent). The study, by the way, took place between March and August among 3,375 tablet owners who have had their current device for less than a year.
So who's the real winner? CNET has contacted J.D, Power for more information the survey and will update this story when we have more information, While the iPad lost out by a slim margin in overall satisfaction, it still proved strongest in areas ranging from performance to design, So who's the real winner?, Did J.D, Power overreach in giving its top customer satisfaction nod to Samsung instead of Apple?, The company on Thursday announced that Apple had come in second behind Samsung overall in its consumer study on tablet satisfaction, Apple's iPad scored 833 points out of 1,000 in tablet satisfaction, while Samsung topped that by a small slΛm case for apple iphone xr - night flash margin at 835..
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