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questions listed will change depending on the product or service For example, if the wireless data offer in question is a GPS tracking system for a bicycle, then the question for weight of the device would be does the device add significant weight to the bike as to make it noticeably heavier
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To sell into mainstream, products and services must be easier to learn and use, therefore Convenience becomes a significant driver
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In early markets, many problems exist, so Convenience is low Implementations are driven by Desire
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Figure 53 Convenience and Desire = Adoption
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Convenience Factors
weight of the device: can a user carry it around all day size of the device: does it fit into a pocket or a purse Can it easily be worn durability of the device: will it work if dropped battery life: is the battery life at least a few days time to get data: do users get data across the network before they get disinterested time to boot device: does the device boot time take so long as to cause the user to say, it takes too long I ll do without the information screen size and readability (color vs mono; pixel density): is the screen useful in a variety of ambient conditions Does the screen provide enough information Does the screen provide the proper level of density or color to render the content appropriately ease of interconnecting to other devices: is it easy to connect this device with another availability of training: does the user need to be trained on how to use the product availability of the device: is the device easy to find Does it come assembled or is the user responsible for putting together the pieces input facilities (voice recognition, pen, mouse, graffiti ): Is it easy for the user to interact with the product cost: is this a product that is priced to be used by the masses
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The list is quite helpful when looking at market uptake Failing convenience factors will likely kill a product s chance for large-scale market adoption Today, for example, users who wanted to reach their office e-mail system while wireless are responsible for buying a PCMCIA card, identifying the wireless carrier that matches the card, identifying and installing the proper software on their PC and on the server, and making changes in their e-mail server Mass market is all about a simple, out-of-box experience Currently, most of what is offered in the wireless space is designed for the technically skilled, which by definition, significantly limits the addressable market for wireless data Compare this with BlackBerry service A user can purchase the product, the wireless service, and the application all from a single source such as a web site The user interface is easy enough that most features can be learned without opening the manual, meaning that a user can be sending e-mails 15 minutes after they receive their RIM 950/957 in the mail The BlackBerry also does well against the other convenience features Desirability of a wireless product or service gets directly to the heart of the issue of technology in our lives: to what degree can we live without it Most technology we encounter during the day requires little from us and therefore the level of desirability that it must deliver is not high Garage door openers are probably one of the most basic wireless devices with a single button to open the garage Once installed and programmed, there is nothing to do except press the button to raise or lower the door Therefore, these are quite convenient How desirable is the garage door opener Sufficiently desirable that tens of millions of them have been sold Why Because Americans are trained to let machines do work for them, and a mechanical garage door has less status
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