This week's hot products on the web: dehumidifiers, Lego, VAIO, Canon 50D and Nikon D90
Wednesday 09 February 2011
Top of this week's list of the most searched for products on Google was "Amazon dehumidifier," followed by "eBay lego;" cases for the iPhone 4 were also popular with variations of the term"'iPhone 4 case" appearing twice in this week's charts.
Amazon.com and its regional subsidiaries sell a variety of dehumidifiers, ranging from under $25 (€18) to upwards of $6,500 (€4,760). Currently the best selling dehumidifier on the site is the Frigidaire FAD704TDP which retails for $179.99 (€131) and can be bought here.
The term eBay Lego yields several thousand results on the online auction site and its regional subsidiaries. Popular items include Lego Star Wars figures, bulk sets of Lego bricks and Lego Duplo.
The third most searched for product term, tc-p50gt25, refers to one in a series of Panasonic Viera TC-PGT25 TVs. The Tc-P50 GT25 3D compatible plasma screen TV retails online for upwards of $1,000 (€732).
The Canon 50D or the Canon EOS 50D is a digital SLR camera which includes features such as 6.3 frames per second continuous shooting settings and the DIGIC 4 powerful processing engine. The camera retails for around $1000 (€732), see Canon's international website for more details.
The 12.3 mega pixel Nixon D90 digital camera was also a popular search term. The Nikon D90 is the world's first Digital SLR camera with a HD (high definition) movie mode and retails from Nikon for around $900 (€659).
Other popular search terms in this week's charts include the Sony VAIO range of notebook computers, '
graphing calculators,' '
exercise bikes' and '
iPhone 4 cases'. A full range of official iPhone 4 cases are available to buy from the Apple Store and its regional subsidiaries for upwards of $29.
The search terms with the most significant growth worldwide, in the last seven days, in the category Products as measured by Google Insights, recorded on February 9 at 10:00 AM GMT, are:
01. amazon dehumidifier (breakout*)
02. ebay lego (+900%)
03. tc-p50gt25 (+550%)
04. canon 50d (+130%)
05. iPhone 4 cases (+90%)
06. sony vaio notebook (+90%)
07. graphing calculator (+80%)
08. Nikon d90 (+60%)
09. exercise bike (+40%)
10. iPhone 4 case (+40%)
*Breakout defines a search term that has experienced a change in growth greater than 5000 percent.
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