So it probably won’t come as much of a surprise to hear that ComScore reckons the Amazon Kindle Fire now accounts for more than half of the Android tablet market across the Atlantic.
According to ComScore, the Amazon Kindle Fire’s US market share doubled from 29.4% in December (not too shabby at all considering it had only just been released) to 54.4% in February.
The burgeoning Samsung Galaxy Tab family took a fairly major hit over the same period, falling from 23.8% in December to just 15.4% two months later.
In third place, somewhat surprisingly, is the Motorola Xoom, closely followed by the Asus Transformer and the Toshiba AT100.
Meanwhile, the poor old Sony Tablet S, right at the bottom of the major players, accounts for less than one in a hundred Android tablets in the US.
In other semi-interesting news, ComScore found that 10in tablets consume 39% more content than their 7in brethren.