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Top 10 Most-Searched Entertainment Electronics of 2013 Revealed by Bing

by Kathy Jones on December 29, 2013 at 9:08 PM
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 Top 10 Most-Searched Entertainment Electronics of 2013 Revealed by Bing

The top ten most-searched entertainment electronics of 2013 has been released by Bing.

Xbox One has been ranked the top most searched entertainment electronics of the year with selling two million units in the first 18 days of its launch, Mashable reports.


Apple's iPhone with its leatest launch 5S and 5C captured the second slot with major camera improvements, a fingerprint identity sensor, the ability to run 64-bit apps and color options, including silver, space gray and gold, the report added.

iPad stood at fourth position with its newly released versions, the iPad Mini Retina and the iPad Air, boasting 10 hours of battery life and included upgraded cameras and processors.

Here are the rankings of the most-searched entertainment electronics of 2013:

1. Xbox

2. iPhone

3. Android KitKat

4. iPad

5. Windows Phone

6. Microsoft's tablet Surface

7. Sony PlayStation 4

8. Nintendo

9. BlackBerry

10. Amazon Kindle Fire

Source: ANI


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