How to Buy Inexpensive Quality Computers and Electronics


New Picture 1 How to Buy Inexpensive Quality Computers and Electronics
Your guide for getting the best price for your College Students Computer.

Make a habit of continuously visiting the websites listed below and try to keep from buying an item at the first advertised bargain. Do this for about two months prior to seriously looking to buy. This will accustom you to the types of items usually listed and what they routinely sell for. This way you’ll know if you’re getting a good deal.

Dell.com – Official Site — Dell products are always on sale. So if you’re looking at a Dell computer, keep track of what computers go on sale until you find one you actually need.
Read the comments and forums on Slickdeals. The feedback from users will usually confirm a truly “slick” deal.
Research product reviews on Google to see if a product is actually worth buying.
When a product goes on sale for the 2nd or 3rd time, and all the research points to buying it… go for it!

• Get accustomed to the terms: YMMV= Your mileage may vary, B&M = Brick and Mortar (meaning at the store only), PM = price match, BB= Best Buy, OD= Office Depot, BYOKAD (Bring Your Own Keyboard And Mouse)
• Try online stores such as Newegg.com, Geeks.com, and TigerDirect.com. The prices there are usually much cheaper than in physical stores.
• If you really want a great computer with only what you need or simply the best you can get, doing it yourself fills the bill–but only if you know what you’re doing and/or have a knowledgeable mentor overseeing your work.
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