Cheapest.co.uk surprised by inclusion of Samsung UE55ES8000 in its top searched December products.

Online everyday shopping portal: Cheapest.co.uk has advised it is surprised by the Samsung UE55ES8000 appearing in its top searched products for December.

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it's not that it’s not a great TV, its just the price of the unit is a little higher then usually seen as one of the top searched products

(PRWEB UK) 2 January 2013

Online shopping portal Cheapest.co.uk has advised that the company is a little surprised by the Samsung UE55ES8000 being included in its top searched products.

A spokesmen for the company commented: “We were a little surprised by the Samsung TV being included in the top searched products on the site. Its not that it’s not a great TV, its just the price of the unit is a little higher then usually seen as one of the top searched products. Items which are usually seen in this area of the website are either seen based on the time of year or are much lower on the price scale as being more affordable item to the general public means a higher number of searches.”

“With the Samsung product coming in at almost one thousand seven hundred pounds it’s not a cheap television but appears to have been searched for a fair bit in the last four weeks managing to overtake one of early Decembers top performing tablet pcs.”

“The Samsung UE55ES8000 is a great TV, all it takes is a search in Google and you will see reviews sites such as Whathifi.com and itproportal.com offering one hundred percent and nine out of ten respectively, scores which really do show the quality of the television.”

The top searched products list is compiled by the top searched products and is fully automated the company has advised.

About Cheapest.co.uk:

Cheapest.co.uk is part of the Cheap brand and the website is dedicated to being an online shopping portal allowing the comparison of a high number of retailers all in one place.