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I'm looking for a recomendation on a hardware reseller on the web with decent prices and not located in California (I don't want to pay sales tax).

The best prices I've found so far is pcsave.com, but they have warehouses in California, so they charge tax.

It's kinda tough to find something decent because I live in Silicon Valley where I can usually get something at the local store for 40% less than most catalog companies sell for.
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there is a really good site at www.ubid.com

What you do is place a bid, someone may bid higher, so i suggest bidding on the final day.  Most of the time, you can get extremely good prices.
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I'm not looking for an auction site.  I mostly use eBay when I want to bid on stuff.  I'm looking for a site where I can buy stuff "now".  Thanks for the answer, though.
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larbel earned 50 total points
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Try this:

http://www.pricewatch.com/

They've listed the best prices from varies resellers.
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by:dnavarro
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Very good, many, many thanks for the heads up on that one.
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