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World's 10 best-selling products

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Be honest. You have no idea how to visualise 211 million iPads. Is that an equivalent to a couple of boat loads or an Empire State Building of screens?

Since 2010, that's roughly how many of Apple's wonder tablet have been sold - enough to circle the Earth. That's a lot of 'Swipe to unlock' messages, and even more fingerprints.

The vast numbers of 10 of the best-selling products in the world have received helpful visual breakdowns and stat crunchers thanks to this infographic from Ruby Media Corporation. From the total sales of iPhones to the staggering number of Cokes served every day (how does anyone have teeth left?), this puts big business into mind-blowing perspective.

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