If you own a small business and are planning to purchase computers wholesale, here's a piece of good news for you: These days, it's much easier to purchase good models in bulk at reasonable prices. The main source you can have for wholesale computers would be sourced from surplus assets, client returns, and stores' clearance sales of older models (as they clear up their shelves for new ones). And considering that new models of computers are constantly being introduced in the market, you could enjoy the best deal of getting spectacular prices on relatively older (but still excellent) models. You could also benefit from businesses that are about to close down and who want to recoup part of their losses by selling their technological equipment for low prices. Where would you be able to find these products? Mostly from auction shops and online sites.
A word before you start searching: if you do plan to purchase desktop and laptop equipment wholesale, one of the first few things you need to do will be to determine the exact specifications you need. This would include the quantity, the software, the capacity, the hardware, whether you prefer laptop or desktop models, etc. This will help you narrow down your search and settle negotiations.
Another tip is to look for deals from local computer wholesalers and local store auctions so you can save from shipping and handling costs.
You can look for the computer deals from the comfort of your own home by looking at online desktop and laptop auction sites, and sites that sell computer parts and hardware. The best thing about shopping online is that you can easily do comparison shopping among different brands and models. You can expect to find great deals on three specific types of online sites: wholesale auctioneers, online stores that offer discounts on their brands, and sites that specialize in selling used and refurbished models.
Wholesale auctioneers work by letting you bid on available merchandise. You would be able to purchase the product if you offer the best prices. You can expect low prices on this merchandise because, though many products being offered in auction sites are brand new and the latest models, most are returns from customers or are used items. One such auction site is liquidation.com. It's highly user-friendly, though of course you will need to register first before you can participate in the bidding.
Yet another wholesale auction site you can visit is spintradeexchange.com, which is a liquidation auction site. It helps businesses liquidate their computer and other store equipment by setting them up for sale on their site. You will definitely find good deals on the computer products that you need here.
For a list of other online auction sites, go to this Web site: business.com. Another Web site you could try out is allbusiness.com, which also gives a directory of wholesalers and retailers reselling established computer brands and products. Of course, make sure that you check out amazon.com and ebay.com too.
Try out this option too: go to computer brands' Web sites and look up their clearance sales. At the very least you will be able to get an idea of how much their products are selling for.
You could opt to check out government auction sites. Obtain a directory listing from governmentauctionlist.com.
So whatever your computer needs may be, make sure that you go the wise route and check out the auction sites first! Good luck!