We all have an image in our heads when we think of a Geek's home ... the Big Bang Theory sitcom was kind enough to give us a fair idea of what it would look like in real life. So where does a Geek get the latest TV with more ports than the British fleet? No matter what you need for your daily life, there's a store selling it. All you have to decide is whether you need it ... or want it ...
Interstate Batteries If you're any sort of a techy, you'll have lots of gadgets and many of these will be powered by battery. So you'll need a constant supply of new batteries to keep them going. With a range of over 16,000 different batteries on offer, Interstate Batteries (www.interstatebatteries.com) mi... Interstate Batteries Reviews >>
J&R 'Wanting You to Have It Since 1971' says the website. 'It' turns out to be a huge range of electronics, covering audio and video equipment, cameras, computers and office equipment plus various software applications. The initials of the company name actually stand for Joe and... J&R Reviews >>
Office Depot Having opened its first store in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1986, Office Depot has grown into a global company with $14.5 billion annual sales. From its Boca Raton headquarters, it runs a business that operates in 47 countries, employs over 42,000 people and has almost 1,600 retail st... Office Depot Reviews >>
Verizon FiOS FiOS TV is the company's latest development in the TV market and promises to offer a better picture quality and a whole new viewing experience to those who can get the service. The problem is that many people can't get it because it's a fiber optic system that goes right into your home... Verizon FiOS Reviews >>
Yahoo Games If you're a gamer of any sort and an online gamer in particular, Yahoo Games is the place for you. According to market research firm comScore, it's been the top online gaming site for the last five years and has over 19 million unique visitors a month. The site at games.yaho... Yahoo Games Reviews >>