These Business Travelers Would Sacrifice a Lot For Their iPads [INFOGRAPHIC]

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These Business Travelers Would Sacrifice a Lot For Their iPads [INFOGRAPHIC]
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If you were taking an all-day flight, breathing in circulated air and possibly losing hours of your day, you'd probably wish you had ......an iPad?

In a recent study of more than 1,300 iPad owners, 44% said they'd go without water (41%) and food (48%) than go without their iPad on a day-long business trip. If you think that's an intense iPad addiction, check out this stat: 35% said they'd forgo bathroom breaks. Now that's roughing it.

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Traveling is not the only place people desire to be hands-on with their iPad: 60% of survey respondents said they use their iPad while on the toilet; 34% use their iPad while naked.

There is a long list of stats that show just how attached business travelers in particular are to their iPads. One in three said breaking their iPad would be more painful than getting a root canal -- we're guessing they mean emotionally. Nearly half (46%) would rather lose their credit card than their iPad, and 20% would rather lose their wedding ring, afterall, wedding rings can't access airport Wi-Fi.

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This online survey of over 1,300 iPad owners was done for Brainshark, a cloud-based software company.

Check out the survey below to see just how attached business travelers are to their iPads. And tell us, what would you sacrifice to have your iPad with you on a business trip?

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This story originally published on Mashable here.

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