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Q: What's the best place to buy electronics in Shenzhen?

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Huaqiangbeilu Electronic goods

The Huaqiangbeilu Electronic Goods market is said to have one of the largest collections of electronic retailers in Asia. There are eight electronic goods markets in this area, and the most famous is the SEG computer market with 72 floors. The first eight floors are packed with dealers for both software and hardware. You can find everything from cutting-edge microchips to $10 imitation iPods. Also remember that Shenzhen is noted for cheats and dishonest operators, so understand the technology that you want if you are looking for a great deal.

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