Where do you shop online for electronic goodies?

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  1. jstankevicz profile image85
    jstankeviczposted 8 years ago

    Where do you shop online for electronic goodies?

    I usually go to Freys electronics locally, but their online site isn't very good. What sites do you use for computer and entertainment gadgets?

  2. profile image45
    jroesposted 8 years ago

    I shop at http://www.newegg.com usually.  They typically have good prices and quick shipping.

    If you are looking for cool electronics reviews or other ideas of things to buy you might check http://engadget.com.

  3. vipconsult profile image35
    vipconsultposted 8 years ago

    I would suggest using many price compare sites out there. their benefit is obvious, they take bunch of sites  and online shops and put them in the same place. So you get a review of the product and the store in one place, and you can then choose from a variety of online stores.

  4. wilcowilliams12 profile image55
    wilcowilliams12posted 8 years ago

    Amazon is my favorite for pretty much everything.

  5. LittleStash profile image67
    LittleStashposted 8 years ago

    I shop on Amazon, and supplement the Amazon product descriptions with trips to the manufacturer's websites, and with trips to other sites on which reviews are offered.  Jroes has some good ideas.

  6. Charles K. profile image70
    Charles K.posted 8 years ago

    I have bought a lot of stuff from Amazon so they are my first choice. Amazon have a very wide selection of products, and usually have the lowest price, offer fast (and often free) shipping, and I like the ease of the transaction there. I have purchased some music electronics from ZZounds.com and liked shopping there, too.

  7. Flightkeeper profile image71
    Flightkeeperposted 8 years ago

    Well in the US, as someone said newegg is very reliable and always has low prices.  If you want to get something right away, I'd go to Best Buy or Circuit City. They're great for if you want something right away, you can order it on their online website and then pick it up at the store.

  8. bettanywire profile image55
    bettanywireposted 8 years ago

    Amazon is pretty good, sometimes I shop at ebay.

  9. Kavitamartin12 profile image53
    Kavitamartin12posted 8 years ago

    Just go to http://www.wholesalepages.co.uk/

    Find here all electronic goods and accessories at wholesale price.

    Also enjoy here free access over 1,020,800 live wholesale listings.

    Best of luck for your Business

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