The sales rankings for the consumer electronics area of the three national store chains that have agreed to share with TeK the Top 5 of the most sought after products by the Portuguese are already known.
The data now revealed refer to the first fifteen days of November and give rise to tables where, despite the diversity of products, it is portable computers that lead the sales of the three brands.
In a heterogeneous list, that this fortnight includes articles ranging from software to digital machines, monitors, external disks or multifunction printers, the first places are destined for two notebooks Toshiba, in the cases of Staples and Worten, and a netbook Tsunami Moover, for Chip7.
The model in question (Tsunami Moover T9) features an 8.9 inch TFT screen and comes equipped with an Atom N270 processor at 1.60GHz, from Intel, and the Windows XP Home operating system. The disk is 160GB and the memory is 1GB, in a device that sells for 199 euros and includes a bag for the computer.
At Staples stores, the best selling device is the Toshiba Satellite L650-1EQ, a 15.6-inch notebook with an Intel Core i5-450M processor (at 2.4 GHz), 320GB disk and 4GB memory. The integrated graphics card is an ATI Radeon HD 5145 and the operating system provided is Windows 7 Home Premium. The computer is sold at 699 euros.
Worten’s sales were also dominated by a Toshiba model, but in this case it is the Satellite C650D-100, which has the same characteristics in terms of screen size, disk and memory capacity, but opts for an AMD processor V120 (at 2.2 GHz), for a price that stands at 499 euros.
In the Top 5 of the stores, there are still some repeat ones, such as the Toshiba Ducati camcorder, which was already present in the last two counts of Staples, or the HP multifunction that remains a best seller at Worten. Moover himself, that this fortnight registers the majority of Chip7 orders has been included in the last rankings from the store. The complete overview of the current sales status can be found in the tables below.