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Neilsen Graphs Indicate That U.S. Kids Want an iPad More Than a Wii U


It looks like kids in the U.S. are crazy for Apple this holiday season. Neilsen graphs show that the Apple iPad takes the top spot, with 48% for kids aged 6-12 and 21% for those aged 13+.


For those aged 6-12, that's a whopping 9% over the newly released Nintendo Wii U. The iPod Touch, iPad Mini, and iPhone also take spots in the top five for the same age group.


Another tidbit of information out of these graphs, that's rather amusing, is that the PlayStation Move is tied with the Vita at 14% for kids aged 6-12. The PSP is also more desired than both at 18%.


You can check out both of the graphs below:





What do you think about Apple products being the dominating items on kids' holiday wishlists?

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