But not everybody has an expendable bank account. In doing this, electronics that are necessary in this society can be available for everyone.
Lairdsville, PA (PRWEB) January 30, 2009
With the economy a giant question mark on the collective minds of Americans, people are scrambling to find the best deals for items like memory cards and digital cameras. Luckily, a site like http://www.SMGElectronics.com is online to fill the needs of people who want to get a new gadget without breaking the bank.
In October 2008, entrepreneur Shirley Getz launched the site hoping to provide Americans a way to purchase electronics without having to spend the astronomical prices that are typically found at big box retailers.
"These days, people's lives are run by technology like PDAs, cell phones and mp3 players," began Getz. "But not everybody has an expendable bank account. In doing this, electronics that are necessary in this society can be available for everyone."
Getz's user-friendly and easy-to-read site currently features cameras and accessories, such as memory cards, but she's currently working on expanding her product line.
"Right now I'm looking into adding computers and video games and their respective accessories," she said. "I want to do it right and so I'm choosing the products that are of the highest quality and standards."
In the meantime, however, Getz has recently started a new informational blog in the form of http://www.SMGElectronicsInfo.com.
The blog contains product reviews of the latest devices on the market, as well as facts about the items themselves.
"People should be informed about what they're buying and I think that this way, they'll be able to choose which computer or camera would work for their intended purpose," said Getz.
Though people are watching their spending these days, thanks to someone like Shirley Getz, they are still afforded the opportunity to buy the newest electronic toys at affordable prices.
About the Company:
SMGElectronics.com is a part of SMG Solutions, LLC. which is owned and operated by Shirley Getz.
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