eBay Releases List of Top Shopped Items

eBay Releases List of Top Shopped Items for 2010

Apple’s iPhone hammers out Barbie and the World Cup to get the popular mark of most well-liked item on eBay’s Top Shopped 2010 record, while the iPad moved toward in fifth.

eBay brings together the annual list by studying sale and look for information from the year to follow top shopping fashions.

According to eBay, more than 1.63 million iPhone 4 connected items were sold on eBay in 2010. The iPad and its connected items observed more than 600,000 sales this year, sufficient to get fifth place for the year.

Barbie came next with 1.17 million sales. “Military jackets” got third place, and the classic Hot Wheels toys came in fourth. Rounding out the record were the World Cup, The Beatles, Silly Bandz, Alice in Wonderland and the New Orleans Saints.

eBay Releases List of Top Shopped Items(photo credit: digitaltrends)

The record shows important increases by Apple, as previous year’s list did not contain some technology items. In 2009, Sales of iPhone items this year almost tripled the sales of previous year’s top seller, “The Yankees,” which sold 551,230 items.

Products of Apple have topped some year-end records as 2010 appears to a close. Time magazine provided the iPad the title of No. 1 device of 2010, while the MacBook Air, iPhone 4 and Apple TV all made the top 10 list.

The three of the top four tech topics on Twitter this year are the iPad, iOS and iPhone.. Apple’s competitor Google got second place with its Android mobile operating system.

Furthermore journalist Walt Mossberg categorized the iPad as his best reviewed product of 2010, naming it “amazing.” The iPhone 4 tied for third place with the Android-based Samsung Galaxy S.

One thought on “eBay Releases List of Top Shopped Items for 2010

  1. i am planning to go for an internet shopping and i would like to know how much tax will it cost me again for import the items to india and I am trying to shopped from some US sites means items will be shipped from US?

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