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Salma Akter
Jun 12, 2022
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The technology life cycle allows us to understand executive list the user's acceptance of the product, and the process of using technology by the user group is closely related to its psychological level, social description and other aspects. In this article, the executive list author summarizes and discusses the difference between the adoption of the life cycle model of technology products and other products, let's take a look. 01 Xiaomi was the first to launch a smart speaker, followed by Baidu and Huawei. Assuming that we think that the functions of smart speakers are the same as other speakers, So, the question now is: When are you going to executive list own a smart speaker like this? Answering this question will reveal a lot about your attitude towards the technology adoption lifecycle. A technology life cycle is a model that can be used to measure and understand consumer acceptance of a product. If you are the first in your circle of friends to use a smart speaker, you can be called an "innovator" or an "early adopter." If your answer is "I'll consider buying a smart speaker when I see the capabilities and benefits of a smart speaker being proven," then you're probably executive list a middle ground tech adopter, called in this model "early" public". If you say: "I will buy smart speakers when most executive list people start using smart speakers and smart speakers have become a part of our lives", then you are a follower, a member of the "late public". If your answer is "I won't consider buying a new product executive list until the sea is dead", you may be a late adopter of new technology, which we call a "laggard" in this model. From the perspective of the type of consumers attracted by the new technology product's life cycle, we draw the bell-shaped curve (normal distribution curve) in Figure 8-3, which describes the process of new technology product penetration in the market.
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