They are those amazing streets packed with electronics stores. Most of us in North America are used to driving 40 minutes to a far away lone computer super store or ordering off of eBay to get our next batch of laser printer paper, but in the far east the tendency is to pack all of the electronic stores into a street block. You'll still find super stores--but you'll find tens if not hundreds of little boutique stores right around or inside these super stores. This makes way for specialization and expert advice not found at some of the superstores.

Depending on the strength of the currency, the local economy and ever present international tariffs--visiting one of these streets can be quite an eye opener for bargain hunters.

Some of the most famous computer streets are (if you know more or if you know about them, you know who to /msg):

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