Electronically prepared for back-to-school time in Montreal

The new school year is upon us. This is an excellent time to ensure that the electronic tools of your young schoolchildren are up to date. Computer, tablet, display, desktop ... is everything ready and up-to-date? Here are some Montreal stores where you can shop with confidence.

Accès Electronique

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43, boul Brunswick, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9B 1P7

Located on Brunswick Boulevard in Dollard-des Ormeaux, the Montreal store of this chain of five stores (Quebec, Trois-Rivières, and Lévis) offers a full range of electronic equipment and accessories needed to properly connect your young students. If the location is far from you, it is always possible to order online, of course!

InfoMontréal

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2201, rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal, QC H2K 2J3

A veritable institution in the east of the city, the store located on Sainte-Catherine Street East has been offering, for over 30 years, computer equipment for every budget, in addition to its home service and repair workshop. And one can also obtain the online service.

Addison Electronics

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8018, 20E av, Montréal, QC H1Z 3S7

The forefather of electronics stores in Montreal was established in 1961 and it is almost impossible not to find what you are looking for there. You can find all the accessories that you need there, such as connectors, speakers, wires, etc. !Note: The Montreal store on 20th Avenue closes at 6:00 p.m. every night of the week.

Maddison Electronique

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382, boul des Laurentides, Laval, QC H7G 2T8

Like with Addison, you can find at Maddison (no, the companies have no connection) everything that is required to connect and successfully operate computers, tablets, mobile phones and more. The business is located on Des Laurentides Boulevard in Laval.

The Source

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272-150, rue Ste-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H5B 1B4

This chain that replaced our good old RadioShack has stores all over the city. There is a bit of everything there (laptops, tablets, smart phones, gaming, cabling, speakers, etc.) and sales are frequent there. See the online circular.

Best Buy

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460, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3B 1A7

After the closing of the stores of the FutureShop chain, Best Buy became the de facto great retail chain for computers, tablets and components. You can find everything there for the new school year, and not just computer hardware: backpacks, pens, binders, calculators and furniture. One stop for buying everything.

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