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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1076d ago | article

45,000 PCWorld readers name the brands they love (and love to hate)

PC World - Although so many modern conveniences are eminently disposable—think ball-point pens, cheap umbrellas and any article of clothing purchased at a drugstore—this reality has failed to resonate with discerning technology enthusiasts. Computer and gadget buyers still want their gear to work well, to look good, and to last for the long haul. To find out how consumer technology products have been faring, PCWorld launched in August its annual survey of satisfaction, reliability, and service, polling more than 45,000 PCWorld readers (we tabulated the results in mid-November). (Culture)

-Mezzo-  +   1076d ago
45K readers, damn.

I wonder how many regular readers TechSpy & N4G has.
Speed-Racer  +   1076d ago
-Mezzo-  +   1076d ago

But i would seriously love to know the exact number.

And Alexa is full of crap.
Speed-Racer  +   1076d ago
Yea, Alexa is terribly off. Case in point, Mashable gets about 500k views per day on average, while Buzzfeed gets over 1.5-2 million depending on the virality of a story, yet Buzzfeed is marked 456 in the world while Mashable is 304.

I dunno honestly what the daily stats are like. You'd have to pick that up with Syko.
Mikefizzled  +   1075d ago
Make that 4!

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