The most searched-for products in tech, according to Google Shopping
Smart speakers and smartphones topped the tech list.
That magic cut off date for getting your holiday shopping finished is fast approaching, but what if you’re out of inspiration for buying? You could see what’s selling on the big retail sites, but we all know those get gamed by third-party sellers. How about using the power of Google’s Search?
That’s the idea behind Google’s latest microsite, Shopping 100. It’s got the 100 most searched for items in categories like Tech, Gaming, Kitchen, and more. That’s a lot of ideas that are guaranteed to impress.
If you’re ever stuck for gift ideas, check out the top 100 searched-for products in Tech according to Google Shopping
All of the lists on the microsite are especially relevant at this time of year, from gifts to others, and gifts to yourself. Those eight categories are: Tech, Kitchen gear, Toys, Accessories & apparel, Gaming, Sports & Fitness, Home goods, and Personal care.
The full lists are here if you want to browse, but here are some standouts from our viewpoint:
- In Tech, the Nvidia Shield streaming box, the Amazon Fire Cube, and the Apple TV are all highly searched for
- In Gaming, the 2nd Generation Xbox Elite controller is a sought after gift, so is the Diablo III Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch
- High tech vacuums cleaned up in the Home goods section
- LEGO kits and Kano Coding kits are hot items in the Toys category
For other inspirational sources of gift ideas, make sure to check out our holiday gift guides found below:
- KnowTechie’s best tech gifts under $100
- KnowTechie’s best tech gifts under $50
- The best gaming gifts for the gamer in your life
- Josiah’s definitive best tech gift guide for 2019
What do you think? Surprised by some of the results of this Google Shopping tool? Let us know down below in the comments or carry the discussion over to our Twitter or Facebook.
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