Motorola Xoom is not selling well on eBay

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  1. feverhost

    feverhost Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Some people use eBay as an indicator of how well a product is selling. If there is a huge demand you will see a lot of eBay auctions selling the devices for a large increase in retail price. This was very true for the iPod, iPhone, iPad etc...

    If you look for "Motorola Xoom" there are a lot of listings, and nearly NO bids. I personally think the device is way over priced, and this is why it's not selling well. I'm sure Verizon will claim it a success, but I'm curious of the "numbers" that Motorola will release in the up coming weeks/months.
     
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    Who would want to pay over list for anything. The prices on eBay are way overblown
     
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    Total bust....

    I think it will be a great product fairly soon but it was very poorly launched and overpriced...
     
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    Toast, perfectly put. I think they'll reorganize the product/brand team a little, and probably get it right within 2-3 months. They sure botched the launch though.
     

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