A BIG company has launched a new product.
The product is the first the company has launched for a few months or so.
It has lots of new features and comes in a range of different colours and sizes.
The product is expected to sell very well because the company that’s made it is big and famous and has lots of regular customers.
A boss from the firm said about the new product: “Look, this is a new product that we have produced. Isn’t it cool?
“We spent a lot of time thinking about what this product would be, designing it, testing it, marketing it, and now here it is.
“We’re a company that makes things, and now we’ve gone and made this thing.
“You see? It’s new and stuff.
“It’s going to be expensive to buy this new product, I’m afraid, but we don’t think it will be a problem for us to sell millions of units, like we usually do, because we’re getting lots of free media coverage.
The new product has already met with a positive reaction from the company’s loyal customers, who tend to buy everything the company makes regardless of what it is.
“I like it because it’s a new product that’s been made by a company that I really like,” explained one happy shopper.
“At this exact moment in time I’m not sure what difference, if any, this new product will make to my life, or whether this new product actually serves any practical function or need.
“However, I still wanted to buy it, and now that I have bought it, I feel glad that I did, because it’s a new product by a company I like.
“Good for me.”
Experts remain divided on the product’s merits, but have welcomed its arrival.
One expert said: “It looks good, as this company’s products usually do. They’re definitely very good at making things look good.
“I have few reasons to think this product is really something that could have any benefit to anyone, but that doesn’t necessarily make it a bad product.
“When this company last launched a product, I wasn’t sure if it would catch on either, but then it did. So I guess this one will too.
“You have to admit that this company is very good at selling products.
“I don’t know why, but they are.”