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Thread: List of Reliable American Online Retailers




  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeradul
    Has anyone dealt with www.googlegear.com ?

    I am fairly sure they have no relation to google, and are just using google's good rep?
    I wasn't fooled by their name when i decided to make a few purchases from them after hearing good things about them from many of my friend...

    www.googlegear.com was quick with processing my order, and i received my $550+ worth of computer hardware within 1 week (basic UPS ground shipping).
    Not too bad considering the item was shipped all the way from CA to NJ (coast to coast) with UPS.

    As for their prices, you cant just blindly buy things from them like you can from www.newegg.com
    You've gotta look out for some of their prices though; Once in a while, you'll find amazing deals on processors and hard drives on their site, but other times, many of the items they list will be overpriced...

    Conclusion: I'd definitely buy from them again if i found a good deal on the hardware they have to offer

    Note- I have not yet dealt with their tech support as there has been no need
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    Darthtanion mentioned coolerguys, and i would just like to say that they have a great operation going on there. They are completely committed to the customer. I live right next door to them (woohoo for me) and i have toured their facility. Everything is high quality, cheap, and they always have new deals every week or so. If you have a chance go right ahead and buy from them.

    (Coolerguys if you are reading this im am currently looking for a summer job, i am well groomed, and can reach into small crevices for screws:thumb: )

    Thats www.coolerguys.com if ya missed it.

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    Can an admin please make this thread sticky, that way we can check out reliable online sites with just one glance....

    :cheers: Thanks a lot! :cheers:
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    I've bought quite a few things from Access Micro and have never run into any problems.

    http://www.accessmicro.com

    good prices on compact flash, secure digital, smartmedia, memory sticks, & mmc cards..

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    Has anyone ever bought from www.accubyte.com or www.z-buy.com

    I am thinking of buying parts for my new PC from there.
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    Accubyte:
    http://www.resellerratings.com/seller1812.html

    Z-Buy:
    http://www.resellerratings.com/seller2090.html

    Accubyte sucks and while Z-Buy has an average rating, the most recent comments are all saying that it's a scam site. I would recommend staying away from both of them. If you're looking for a decent price and shipping costs that don't bend you over backwards, then go shop at Multiwave or Newegg. Both offer similar prices and very good service.
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    I have built several machines, and only after too much price searching on pricewatch...

    I have had really good luck with Newegg, they are always cheap, and ship the stuff really fast. Also, I had a very good experience with Monarch Computer. Crucial is also the only place I buy my memory, and they have been quite helpful as well.

    www.newegg.com
    www.monarchcomputer.com
    www.crucial.com

    Just my .02

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    Another reall good one is :

    www.tcwo.com :afro:

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    newegg.com
    shentech.com
    coolerguys.com
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