Overall, mobile users appear to be more satisfied with their tablets than their smartphones, with Apple's iPad ranking highest in tablet consumer satisfaction (scoring 8.8 on a scale of 1 to 10), just edging out Amazon's Kindle Fire (at 8.7), according to data from comScore's newly launched TabLens service.
Among owners of tablets and smartphones, the Kindle Fire is the highest-ranking Android tablet in the survey, with all other Android tablets together garnering an average score of 8.2.
Overall, tablet owners are highly satisfied with their respective devices, with the average satisfaction rating reaching 8.6, compared with 8.1 for smartphones.
Below, additional findings from comScore TabLens and MobiLens, based on data collected for the three-month period ended June 2012.
Demographic Composition of Tablet Owners
iPad owners skew male (52.9%), slightly younger (44.5% are under age 35) and wealthier: 46.3% live in households with annual incomes of $100,000 or greater, compared with 38.4% for tablet users.