I think the general pressure is there, and has been there for a while. For example. When it's time to sing one of the new songs. Well, it's not in the song book, so if you don't have an "electronic device" to download it to then you have to rely on someone else to get it to you hopefully, and that cause undue anxiety. There simply is no provision in place to supply the songs. The slave didn't mail out a leaflet with all the new songs in it for everyone to have, which they would have done years ago, and bam, everyone has a copy. But no, now either you have tablet and have your new song, or you feel left out.
Another example is the videos. Many times during the service meeting we are asked to watch the videos ahead of time. If you don't have the internet or a tablet you are out again.
And now especially it's true out in service where you can "count" placements of videos shown at the door, oh my. You can't do that with out the marvelous tablet. Again, the old timers feeling left out.
All this undue anxiety put upon older ones in the congregation to buy a tablet, which they don't want, and maybe can't afford, and for sure don't know how to use. But the GB doesn't care, all this technology saves them money. And as all of us already know, money has been running the show for a little while.