I'm fairly sure:
1 - only machine at work/home
2a - one each at work and home
2b - one at home and phone/tablet
2c - a bit unlikely, one at work and phone/tablet
3 - one each at work and home, plus phone/tablet
I'm curious, what categories do the devices of those who voted 4 and 5 fall into? (Obviously, some will have two machines at home, etc., but I'm curious if there are any other patterns)
Fwiw, I voted 2 - home laptop and office desktop. Have a phone, but don't browse a lot with it.
"We have already been through this, I am not going to repeat myself." - fat_boy, in a global warming thread
Just thought I'd mention this now. CodeProject on my Google Nexus 7 in Google Chrome is almost unreadable.
There is content you cannot even get to in that browser.
I wondered why it looked like that. Then I tried it out on the dolphin web browser and it looks really great and works fine.
Just thought it might be interesting.
Don't take it too seriously: count the thingies you use to browse the internet. Cannot be that difficult without any more details, right? I have a PC an a smart phone = 2.
PS: If you add your digital media player, go ahead. Won't change much. As an engineer, I would be interested in orders of magnitude and not in minor digits anyways.