Electronics and Software

Top Sites

1

Newegg

Provides items that are discontinued or refurbished

2

Amazon

Offers customer reviews & ratings, convenient for Prime members (see Advice)

3

Best Buy

One-stop shop that allows customers to try in-store

4

Fry's

Large selection of retail electronics with weekly promos

5

Microcenter

Full-service store with refurbished & opened items

  Advice  

  • Shopping for new electronics can often be time-consuming & expensive.


  • Refurbished items are usually offered, which can save you a good chunk of change.


  • Consider features, preferred brand(s), prices, deals & promotions, and customer reviews. Then compare quotes from multiple sites.

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More Websites
(Listed alphabetically)

AliExpress

Global marketplace for tech items

Apple

Apple products

B&H

Photo, audio & video gear

Bang Good

Non-branded products

Costco

TV, video/audio & musical equipment at wholesale prices

DirectBuy

Great selection from mutiple brands & vendors to bring customers great value

EBay

Marketplace with a wide selection, including refurbished items

GearBest.com

Wide selection of international products

Komaks

Microsoft-authorized refurbisher

Microsoft

Microsoft products

Overstock

Branded products at a competitive price

RadioShack

Electronics of all kinds

SaySal.com

Marketplace that sells products from China

Sears

Quality products & frequent deals

Slickdeals

Community-driven aggregation site for deals on the web

Sony Corporation

Sony products

Staples

Office supplies, electronics & accessories

Swappa

User-to-user marketplace for used items

TigerDirect

Business & office needs

Top10Tech.com

Review & deal site to find the best products

Wallbuys

Electonic gadgets with free shipping from China

Walmart

High-quality products at competitive prices

* Footnote:

Amazon
• The AmazonSmile program donates 0.5% of purchases to your favorite charity, and all you need to do is start your shopping at https://smile.amazon.com.
• Amazon frequently introduces their own products to compete directly with their long-time suppliers. They often pay no federal income taxes (e.g., 2017, 2018).
• Amazon is being investigated on antitrust issues by the US Federal Trade Commission, State Attorneys General & House Subcommittee on Antitrust.