Why is it cheaper to buy a PC from a store rather than from an online retailer?

Updated May 08, 2018 09:05:17 If you’re looking for a cheap alternative to a big-name brand like Apple or Dell, or a cheaper alternative to the likes of Asus, you’re in luck.

There are several online stores that sell hardware and software for computers, tablets, and smartphones.

These sites often carry discounted prices on products that are often difficult to find from stores or online, and they also have a wide selection of pre-installed software.

Here are some of the best deals you can find on electronics and accessories online:Apple MacBook Pro, Intel Core i5-2630U (12-core, 16GB RAM, 128GB SSD) for $649.99 (discounted $449.99, or AU$1,199) Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7.7-inch for $129.99 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for $199.99(discount $199, or $129) Amazon Fire HD 9.7″ for $169.99 Apple iPad Air for $149.99 Dell XPS 12 13-inch with 16GB of RAM for $329.99 Microsoft Surface Pro 4 13-incher for $449 Dell Inspiron 15 11.6-inch laptop for $499.99 Google Chromebook Pixel 2 for $249 Google Pixel 2 XL for $349.99 Sony Xperia Z1 Tablet for $399.99 ASUS ZenBook UX303 for $469.99 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for $699 Samsung Galaxy S6 for $799 Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.6 for a limited time ASUS Zenbook UX303S for $549.99 Asus Zenbook Prime X930 for $729.99 Toshiba Chromebook Pro 15 for $849 Toshiba HP Chromebook 7 for $899 ASUS Zenpad Flip for $999 Asus Zenpad S6 Chromebook for $1,299 Acer Chromebook 11 for $3,799 Acer Chromebook 13 for $5,299 Asus ZenBook P8 for $6,299 ASUS ZenPad S3 Chromebook for a $3.99 sale ASUS ZenWatch 4 Chromebook for free ASUS ZenMobile Pad 13 for free Google Chromebook 12 for $19.99