Expands Computer Hardware Line Again

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Internet retailer adds Desktop PCs, Laptops, Motherboards, and USB Flash Drives to its product line., a fast-growing technology e-retailer, announced today that it has expanded its computer hardware section to include desktop computers, notebook computers, motherboards, and USB flash drives.

The company is offering desktop computers manufactured by IBM and Acer, laptops from Acer, IBM, and Toshiba, and motherboards manufactured by Abit, Intel, and MSI, with plans to expand those product lines. is also offering barebones systems and servers for customers who would prefer to customize their systems. The USB flash drives are produced by Kingston, Crucial, Iomega, and others.

Mark Zbikowski, IT Specialist comments on the new product launch, “I’ve been pretty busy lately doubling as the all-around IT guy and training the customer service representatives on all the new tech products. We wanted to make sure our customer service team had the right knowledge and tools at their disposal to handle any questions our customers may have about the new product lines. It’s been a lot of work, but fun.” started selling computer hardware in late June. The initial launch focused on internal and external hard drives, mid-to-high end video cards, and computer memory. followed that up by adding storage drives and devices, printers, and CPUs, and the company will be rolling out more hardware components over the course of the next few months.


Founded in 1998, has rapidly grown into a leading eTailer of software, video games, gaming consoles, electronics, and computer hardware, serving a diverse range of customers both nationally and internationally. The company has access to more than $3 billion in inventory and six warehouses nationwide. offers its customers a seamless, one-stop online shopping experience for their software and gaming needs.

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