Be honest - how many of you bother to fire up the laptop or sit in front of the computer when you're lazing about at home and just want to check something quickly online whilst holding a smartphone? The honest answer is probably not many.
Which isn't surprising. Nor is the fact that 10% of all web activity now comes directly from smartphones.
It's not clear if tablets are classed as 'smartphones' in the numbers from Pingdom, but either way, it's fair to say that soaring sales of both Apple's iPhone and Google's Android handsets are driving forth our mobile browsing usage. Add to that the amount of data that's used by dedicated apps and you can see why so much browsing is done portably.
Perhaps the most astonishing thing is how much the number has grown too. The original figure as recently as two years ago was just 3.81%. Wowzers.
We have to give the big heads up to Asia though rather than Europe which is where the majority of the browsing appears to come from. 18% of that figure provided by the switched on (and populous countries) over the other side of the world.
Which makes us wonder - just how much of your browsing is done by the smartphone or on your tablet? One friend of this author's was waving his iPad around the other day and proclaiming: "I should have just gone Wifi - I will do that next time."
He clearly doesn't do much browsing away from home - but do you? Would be interested to paint a picture of how Mobotniks use their devices compared to the official stats. Let us know below.