Only, let's be sure to always refer to them generically as "tablets"
FORTUNE — Like GigaOm‘s Ryan Kim, NPD uses the term “tablet” as a place holder for Apple’s AAPL iPad in a forecast Tuesday that suggests 2016 as the year tablet shipments will overtake notebook PCs in the U.S.
In Kim’s report on how tablets now outpace smartphones in terms of the traffic they deliver to online shopping sites, he waits until the last sentence of the second paragraph to note that “Almost all of the traffic (95 percent) was from the iPad.”
NPD doesn’t offer a percentage, but at least the iPad makes it into the first sentence of the press release:
Thanks to John Gruber for spotting Kim’s euphemism.