Top Toronto electronics stores to keep your hardware humming

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Toronto’s a tech-savvy city that’s buzzing day and night and these seven electronics stores are here to satisfy your every need. Whether it’s a computer cable, Bluetooth speakers or a new tablet or laptop, you’ll find it at a competitive price.

Techcity Canada Inc

1012 Gerrard St E, Toronto ON M4M 1Z3

Here, under one roof, you can find the latest smartphones, home theatre systems, fully-configured computers, and all the electronic gizmos and gadgets you need to make them work. One of the main draws of technology is the ability to customize it to your specifications, and Tech City has the goods to make it happen. You can shop online, or stock up in person at the Gerrard East store.

Tiger Direct

1800 The Queensway, Etobicoke ON M9C 5H5

This store has anything and everything electronics-related and at a price for every budget. They’re known for some of the best deals in town with no compromise on quality. Check out Open Box, Overstock and Refurbished deal categories for major savings then shop online or visit one of the five stores in the GTA. They carry all the name and discount brands and offer free delivery and comprehensive warranties.

Above All Electronics Surplus Ltd

A-635 Bloor St W, Toronto ON M6G 1K8

Go in with $20 and leave with your pockets bulging full of electronic goodies. Skip the big box stores and head here as a first, second and third choice, as you’ll find just about anything tech-related. They’ve got everything you need to get your computer or TV system online and working, from batteries and cables to monitors and splitters. And, if you look closely enough, you’ll find some rare and unlikely items.

Midtown Digital

1391 Yonge St, Toronto ON M4T 1Y4

As well as being an authorized Apple reseller, you can also rent Apple and other products. They’ve also got all the gear and accessories you need for your existing computer(s), giving you complete control over customization. While the world of electronics can be confusing, the staff here will streamline the explanation so you understand every step and part. Prices are listed online so you have a good idea of your budget before going to the store.


349 College St, Toronto ON M5T 1S5

There are a mind-boggling number of stores in the College and Spadina area that purport to be electronics experts, but your best bet would be to head here first. They have a full supply of electronic parts and accessories and most of the major brands. You can go in person if you need questions answered, or shop online if you know what you need. There’s also free shipping Canada-wide for orders over $250.

5M Electronics

684 Yonge St, Toronto ON M4Y 2A6

Both the Yonge and Bloor and Scarborough locations aspire to fill your every electronic need from computer hardware and accessories to smartphones, TVs and surveillance gear. Check out the limited-time, weekly specials for extra savings on all kinds of equipment and gadgetry. The large LED department includes bulbs, message signs, light strips and fluorescent writing boards for cool, DIY advertising

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