4 Useful Computer Price Comparison Websites

Regardless of whether you’re shopping for a whole new PC or just the parts for a new one, it pays to do research. With so many different vendors selling computers these days, it can be hard to find the absolute best deal for your money.

Thankfully, there are services out there that specialise in collecting data from all the reputable websites and collating them. This makes for an easy-to-browse experience where you can be sure you’re paying the lowest for the best. Here are some computer price comparison websites to make your life a little easier.

1. Google Shopping


Useful for: Computers, Parts

Everyone knows about Google and its powerful search engine. However, Google can do more than just browse the Web! Google Shopping is a search engine that focuses on prices of items. Just enter what you’re looking for, and Google will scour the stores in search for the best deal. Google Shopping works with both computers and computer parts and dives into some very reputable sites to ensure the best deals. It even has user reviews for each item, so you can more confidently make your purchases.

2. PriceGrabber


Useful for: Computers, Parts

PriceGrabber is another useful tool when finding the best deals on gadgets. Their search covers a wide range of items, which makes PriceGrabber a  good option if you’re not looking for a specific model of computer (such as an “i3 PC” instead of a “Dell Inspiron”). Each listing has the seller clearly labelled, so you can look out for your favoured vendors. It also informs you if the seller includes free shipping or a coupon deal.

3. PC Part Picker


Useful for: Parts

If you’re looking to build your own PC, definitely try out PC Part Picker. The idea of the site is to allow users to build custom rigs and automatically check if everything is compatible before you buy the parts. However, it also handles purchasing said parts as well. Each component you pick out for your potential new rig comes with a price tag attached. It will automatically list the cheapest one, but you can browse other vendors instead in case you’re looking out for a particular favourite of yours.

4. Pricewatch


Useful for: Computers, Parts

Calling itself the place “where everyday is Black Friday,” Pricewatch can bring up bargain prices for a lot of different electronic items, including whole computers, components, and accessories. What makes Pricewatch nice is that it’s easy to browse entire categories and see the prices for each. For example, if you know you’re in the market for an i5 PC but aren’t fussy about what model the processor is, you can check all the i5 PCs on Pricewatch and find the one that fits your budget perfectly.

Bargain Hunting

When you’re out and about for new hardware, it can be daunting checking through every site for the best deal. Fortunately, you don’t have to! With so many services out there doing the job for you, buying new hardware can be a breeze. With this new knowledge, you can make you next shopping spree easier on both you and your wallet.

Do you have any favorite electronic stores? Tell us below!

Simon Batt
Simon Batt

Simon Batt is a Computer Science graduate with a passion for cybersecurity.

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