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This research integrates the technology acceptance model and concepts of experiential value to investigate factors that affect sustainable relationship behavior toward using augmented-reality interactive technology (ARIT). In line with consumers’ innovativeness, this research discovers that consumers’ level of cognitive innovativeness affects their sustainable relationship behaviors toward using ARIT. Online consumers with high cognitive innovativeness put more emphasis on usefulness, aesthetics, and service excellence presented by ARIT; in contrast, those with low cognitive innovativeness focus on playfulness and ease of use presented by ARIT.
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