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.
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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.
No - I guess they are going for devices which actually display the website (Means you must leave out wifi and router).
Or did you ever sit in front of your router and viewed CodeProject on your router's display?
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Couldn't be without the tablet now: so easy to Google while watching the TV, talking to Herself, and so forth.
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