Posted November 19, 2007 5:40 pm by with 3 comments

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Americans will spend upwards of $48 billion on consumer electronics this holiday. Many need some help deciding out what to buy. You can search Google for hours or look at comparison sites, or you can go to Retrevo to find that GPS or iPhone.

The site is a shopping search engine to help you find the best deals as well as reviews, and blog posts about products. You can choose to get advice from the experts or community. If you’re shopping for Black Friday deals they have a list. They aggregate product information where you can find lists of most popular lists from CNET, Amazon, PriceGrabber, and other sites.

Retrevo is a matchmaking service for consumers and electronics. The site covers more than 40 consumer electronics categories, including: cell phones, smartphones, cameras, camcorders, home audio, home video, portable audio, portable video, printers and wireless networking (WiFi). They also have daily deals and downloadable product manuals.

Retrevo is backed by Alloy Ventures and Norwest Venture Partners, and is based in California.

  • thats pretty neat. I am going to make sure to send the link to my wife (she loves this time of year).

  • 48 Billion dollars, Billion is one with 9 zeros, right? thats soo much money…

  • I can’t wait for BF2008!