Seized Electronics and Government Surplus Auctions

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Can the general public really find name brand electronics at up to 90% below retail prices? Well, the creators of the wildly popular website "Seized Electronics" are making sure that now the general public can.

The newly created website, "Seized Electronics" offers the general public a chance to buy name brand electronics at significantly below wholesale prices.

With the constant upgrades and high costs of popular electronic products, the creators of a popular, brand new, discount electronics virtual store, are looking to make shopping for electronics a little easier and a whole lot cheaper. No standing in lines, fighting for parking spaces or paying top dollar is neccessary in order to purchase popular, name brand electronics at low prices. At "Seized Electronics", individuals can purchase seized electronics from auctions, online, near their homes, or buy directly from sources.

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Individuals around the world are now able to take advantage of prices that where once only available to wholesalers. Anyone can become a member of this online auction site and save as much as 90% off retail prices on top electronics brands. One customer was recently quoted as reporting, " My new Hewlett-Packard notebook cost me less than $300 !!! I can't believe I am able to afford brand names at such prices. Thank you! "Another customer writes, "I was able to locate an auction 10 miles from my house through your site and as a result of my membership I'm enjoying a $3000.00 plasma TV in my living room which I bought for $677.00!"

Every month, tens of thousands of various electronics items become government and bank property through various seizure and surplus laws. Because of the enormous expense to store them, seized and unsold electronics must go fast and very cheaply. "Seized Electronics" provides a place where this all can take place efficiently, conviently and inexpensively.

"Seized Electronics" currently has digital cameras, camcorders, cell phones, dvd players, mp3 players, tv sets, home theaters, game consoles, desktop pcs, notebook pcs, monitors, printers, car electronics and more. The following brands are available. They include, Blaupunkt, Nikon, Gateway, Nokia, LG, Dell, Compaq, Sony, IBM, Olympus, HP, Canon, Panasonic, Toshiba, Bose, Pioneer, and Motorola.

"Seized Electronics" is owned and operated by Airon Corporation. The website can be viewed at:


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