After weeks of being nothing more than just a blog, Aron Meystedt of XF.com Investments unveiled a new site for one of the hottest domain names in 2010 and beyond, Tablets.com.
The site now provides a comparison engine that helps visitors find tablets, compare prices, read reviews, and more.
How hot will tablets be in 2011?
Well, according to Facebook’s Top Status Trends of 2010, tablets are going to be hot.
“iPad and iPhone4” came in at #4 as one of the fastest growing trends.
Last January, tablets.com didn’t even register a blip on Compete.com. Less than a year later according to a rough estimate, visitors to the domain name number in the thousands.
And now with a web site online, a comparison engine, and a Facebook page, expect 2011 to be a very good year for the domain name that sold in 2006 for a mere $50,500.
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tablets.com looks great…
but what about the people that are looking for tablets(pills)?
you should have a link for them too!
Yes if you own any tablet domain names don’t sell them I mean in any extension.
Good generic name is probably be worth 10 million in a few years.