Google released a study examining how consumers shop for laptops, netbooks, e-readers and tablets. The search giant interviewed around 4,000 respondents and used analysis of clickstream data from Compete's 2 million US internet users.
In terms of interest: new devices like tablets and e-readers are getting attention. In terms of unique visitors to each category: tablets saw 1328% growth and eReaders saw 114% growth. Netbook's visitors dropped by 50% and laptops dropped by 9%.
Here's the full study: