Research by the online discounts site regarding the highly anticipated, and yet still unconfirmed, product from Apple revealed that of those 54 percent, just two percent would purchase the device immediately, with 14 percent admitting they will wait to Apple irons out any bugs. See: Steve Jobs launches Apple iPad: full details
Furthermore a quarter would only buy the iTablet if the price is right.
VoucherCodes also said that 46 percent of Brits are willing to spend up to £250 on the device and a quarter would part with as much as £500 for the device.
The research also highlighted that 49 percent of Brits think the device would be more desirable if it offered gaming capabilities.
iTablet was voted the most popular name for the device, with 27 percent of Brits preferring this moniker.
Just 2.13 percent liked iSlab - making that the least popular name for the new Apple device.
Apple is expected to launch of the tablet this week.
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