Tuesday, the Cyber Week Awards were released and the top 2013 electronics gifts were revealed; the most popular searched for electronics this year include: Beats by Dr Dre headphones, Fitbit, iPads, tablets, laptops, the PlayStation 4, and the Xbox One. Most of these items also made the list for the most searched for products on Black Friday according to Google.
Fitbit is a watch that is worn to track statistics for food eaten, weight, food and sleep for those who want to lose weight or just overall keep up their healthy habits. Fitbit is wireless and depending on the product prices range from under $100 to several hundred dollars. To learn more about the fitbit product, click here.
Beats by Dr Dre headphones is also one of the most popular electronics products this year and prices are in the several hundred dollars range. The Beats by Dr Dre headphones come in several different colors and they have great reviews online. Most Beats by Dr Dre headphones are noise canceling and can be used on airplanes or just to listen to great music in a quiet environment. See the video to the left for more information about the product or visit the Beats by Dr Dre headphones website by clicking here.
iPads, the iPad Mini, the iPad Air and tablets have also been one of the most popular items this year and retailers have been aggressively lowering prices so that consumers purchase the iPads and tablets at their stores. Walmart and Target were fighting over their iPad sales, and Best Buy came in at the last minute on Black Friday and beat them both with their iPad sale. For more on that iPad story, click here.
The new Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4 were released in the last few weeks before Black Friday and sales of each have skyrocketed over the last few weeks making each one of the most searched for items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Xbox One was released the week before Black Friday and PlayStation 4 was released about a month before Black Friday.
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