5 Great Sites to Buy Computer Hardware on the Cheap
There are many online stores like Amazon.com where you can buy cheap computer parts and peripherals, but not all of them are very good. In fact, some online computer retailers only appear cheap until it’s too late and you find yourself having to pay a premium for shipping and related fees. And that’s not even taking into account the possibility of defective hardware or shipping damage by a careless supplier.
To help you discover the best websites like Amazon for cheap computers, laptops, hardware, gadgets, and electronics, here is a list of the top five places to buy cheap PCs and hardware online. These online computer stores are all trusted, widely recognized as reliable, and provide excellent customer service in case anything goes wrong.
Any self-respecting geek should already know that Newegg is the best place to buy low-cost computer parts and consumer electronics online – even better than Amazon.
While Amazon’s electronics department is well-stocked enough, if you’re looking for something like a custom PC build or specific high-end graphics card then Newegg should be your first alternative.
At Newegg you’ll find seriously cheap yet high quality PC hardware and even cheaper budget PC parts. Not to mention all manner of flashy gadgets and accessories.
Newegg currently only ships within the United States.
TigerDirect – formerly known as Circuit City – is the next best alternative to Amazon and Newegg for buying computers and electronics on a budget. Headquartered in Florida, USA, TigerDirect has 35 stores across the US and also offers international shipping.
Geeks.com is an online retail site like Amazon for techies, geeks, and other electronics addicts. They are well-known for their excellent customer service and low prices on computer hardware and networking equipment. Geeks.com runs frequent promotions and deals on popular computer parts and complete systems (desktops and laptops).
Update: Unfortunately as of August, Geeks.com has shut down. Read about their demise at SlashDot.
Buy.com is a major online retailer similar to Amazon which stocks some of the cheapest PC hardware and gadgets you’ll find anywhere. While Buy.com isn’t specifically focused on electronics, it has a comprehensive and highly affordable selection of desktops, laptops, tablets, and computer hardware (including monitors, hard drives, motherboards, graphics cards, CPUs, and all kinds of peripherals).
Having been in business for over 15 years, TheNerds.net is an established and trusted online PC retailer with a huge selection of quality PC & peripheral brands. If it has electronics inside, TheNerds.net stocks it – and for cheap too. The website not only stocks computer-related products, but it also covers houseware, tools, and appliances.https://techwombat.com/5-best-websites-to-buy-cheap-computer-hardware-and-electronics/https://techwombat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Best-Sites-Buy-Computer-Hardware-Online.jpghttps://techwombat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Best-Sites-Buy-Computer-Hardware-Online-150x150.jpgComputingcomputer hardware,hardwareThere are many online stores like Amazon.com where you can buy cheap computer parts and peripherals, but not all of them are very good. In fact, some online computer retailers only appear cheap until it's too late and you find yourself having to pay a premium for shipping and...Tom DavisTom Davis1234321@mailblip.comAuthorTom is a technical contributor at TechWombat. He enjoys writing about IT, open source, electronics, and other geeky arcana.TechWombat