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Which is a better electronics store (prices, inventory, customer service)

asked Jun 06 '10 at 17:02

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I like Fry's they seem to be more of a store where you can buy more hardware and you can just think of them as a hardware warehouse whereas BestBuy is a electronic store. Like the 7-11 of technology. They have a little bit of everything

answered Jun 06 '10 at 17:07

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edited Jun 26 '10 at 04:41

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Best Buy. They have decent customer service, and their prices and inventory are pretty good. I get most of my items from Best Buy.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 17:03

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Newegg.

Seriously though, if you have to buy stuff in Meatspace, whichever is closer.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 17:03

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I like Best Buy. Although I have never been to a fry's Electronics because of the small area I live in. Best Buy has great service, pretty good prices, and an amazing selection of geeky electronics. It is one of my favorite stores.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 17:05

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FRYS! They have a sale pretty much every weekend and they have everything there! I have never experienced their customer service so I wouldn't know.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 17:05

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edited Jun 06 '10 at 17:06

we need a best buy in the UK damnit... we have curries/comets/PC World and loads others though. So it's not so bad.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 17:07

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Best Buy in my opinion is over priced an item that was $70 on Bestbuy was $50 on Amazon (same exact product). I have heard from others that their customer service is pretty bad. And they don't have a large selection like Fry's does.

answered Jun 21 '10 at 05:09

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We don't have them in San Antonio, but my answer is Fry's, if for no other reason than because their Houston, Texas, store has an awesome and very accurate mockup/model of the International Space Station, complete with the (relatively recently added) Cupola (windowed port, shown with gold-colored windows in the photo below) -- alt text

Someone else's photo from inside the Houston Fry's store -- http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelsisbell/2273887520/

answered Jun 22 '10 at 04:27

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edited Jun 26 '10 at 04:33

I'm a big Fry's fan... I went to Fry's today actually to pick up a network patch panel. I don't think Best Buy would have such a thing, esp. because I don't think they have anything that's rack mounted. It's too bad Fry's is a lot farther away than Best Buy, because I prefer Fry's.

answered Jun 26 '10 at 01:45

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Best Buy is overpriced. I go in, see a printer, walk into wal-mart, its $20 cheaper. uhhh, Seriously??

There isn't a Fry's near me (i think, i'll google/bing it later), so I need to say Amazon for me.

answered Jun 26 '10 at 02:36

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