May soon catch up with Kindle Fire.
Google's Nexus 7 tablet has got off to a flying start according to ad network Chitika.
In a report on TechCrunch, Chitika say that the Nexus 7 is posting impressive usage figures across the company's network, currently accounting for 0.3 impressions for every 100 iPad impressions.
While this doesn't sound like a significant figure, it is not far off those recorded by the Kindle Fire, a device with much more time on the market.
As the report says: "It’s important to note that there are some caveats to this data. It’s limited to the sites that run Chitika’s ads, for example, which could skew the data depending on the sites that are in the company’s network.
"The data is also limited to web-browsing data and some tablets are obviously more popular for web browsing that others (which could explain why the Kindle Fire is behind the Nook and Blackberry Playbook in these stats). Still, in the absence of other data for the time being, these stats at least provide us with some idea about the Nexus’ momentum."
The 16GB Nexus 7 is currently sold out on the Play Store, but once Google catch up with production, the figures below could receive another boost.
See the graphs from Chitika below.