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I don’t know about you, but I love technology; home theatre systems, Blu-Rays, DVDs, projection televisions, surround sound, etc. I try to get the best of the best, although I hate paying the high prices when new “toys” hit the market.  So, what can we do to get all of the newest technology at fair prices? Shop Online of course. The only problem is information overload, which is why it is nice that we have places like ShopWiki to head to.

What is ShopWiki? A useful website that searches all of the online shopping websites (so you don’t have to) and it gathers the results of some 30,000 stories to help you find the item you want at the price you cool with paying for it.  The website does not show you stores that have paid them for good placement, but they show you everything they find in regards to the product you are searching for. In addition to showing you the results for products you might be interested in buying online, but the website provides all visitors with a ton of information on most of the items they help you find.

For example, head over to their section for Plasma TVs. This page is broken up into 6 parts. The first part of the page explains the pros and cons of getting a plasma television. The next part asks the all important question of “How Big?” should you buy, next is info on HDTVs and resolution. Part four details mounting TVs, and part five and six strive to get you more information through “other considerations” and “external links”. Most websites want to sell you stuff, but ShopWiki wants you to know what you are buying. And that makes all the difference.