Electronics, Hong Kong
What to buy:
Apliu street must be the most concentrated cell phone shops street in HK.
Actually, it is an open air market selling all sorts of stuff, especially second hand cell phones or cell phones accessories. The streets along the market are full of cell phones shops.
What to pay: Usually, you would find 2 prices for the same model of cell phone. One would be the standard price of a cell phone, sold through the wholesaler of a brand and thus comes with an international guaranty, making the price higher than the other kind.
The other price is cheaper because cell phones are bought in from other countries and has only guaranty from the shop where you bought it.
If you want to check out the latest mobile phones, many locals come here. Be warned that not all shops are reputable. I woulkd advise just to come here and window shop. There are also clothing, toys/collectibles and VCDs sold as well. It is 3-4 floors and can get very crowded, so watch your belongings.
A big department store in a few locations around HK. Cheap digital AV, and PA equipment at a great price. Good service and TRUE Guarantees.
What to buy: Digital Video cameras, Personal Organisers...
What to pay: A top of the range JVC Digital Video was half the Australian price. And that's with extras.
Sun Tek has proven to be a trustworthy source of cameras, cellphones, and other electronic stuff over the years. Their salespeople speak english well and are very accommodating especially to clueless buyers like me :-0. Look for Tony Mak.
What to buy: Film, digital, movie cameras are all cheaper in Hong Kong if you know where to buy.
What to pay: anywhere from 100-2000USD depending on what kind of camera you're buying
In Mongkok, where you can buy electronic gadgets like cellphones, ipods, computers, camera and others... It is also near Ladie's Market