PC Gaming Is Just the Beginning: You Can Buy A Heap of Tech Products At Bunnings Now

PC gaming is just the beginning: you can now buy tons of tech products at Bunnings

So, yes, Bunnings Warehouse, the brand most associated with housewares, wooden planks, gardening and sizzling sausages, also sells a good selection of tech.

The other day we ran a story about Bunnings selling gaming gear including PCs, mice, desks and so on (we also ran a story about Bunnings using facial recognition in store). While that original gaming gear story was pretty novel (and you seem to be Yes, really interested in Bunnings going into gamer mode), we’ve only just scratched the surface.

It turns out to our surprise that Bunning’s DIY goes well beyond wood, doorknobs and toilets. There is technique in the bunnings.

What the heck is Bunnings Marketplace?

So, of course, Bunnings doesn’t place computers and technology in the same huge warehouses that abound in wood and sawdust. To sell some of the technology, Bunnings often uses a service called “Bunnings Marketplace,” which brokers products from other retailers online.

It has similar DNA to Kogan or Dick Smith’s modern website, which use established names to offer brands digital storefronts. Bunnings sold some of the technology itself, but not everything.

Anyway, that means you can get tech at Bunnings. Not physically, but online.

What things? Nice that you asked.

laptops, desktops and printers

Bunnings has them, including the aforementioned pre-built gaming PCs and… Call of Duty-themed gaming desks. Hm. There are a number of laptops too, notably from ASUS and HP. They’re all Windows laptops, sorry Apple fans.

They’re pretty good machines with standard prices, but it’s definitely weird to buy a laptop from Bunnings, isn’t it?

modems and routers

To be honest, selling routers and modem gear at Bunnings makes sense to me. Many housewives see networking as something too technical, so some people may find it easier to be able to buy networking equipment through Bunnings.

There are range extenders, desktop switches, network adapters (to convert Ethernet to USB) and of course modem routers. There’s also mesh gear, but not much.

smart home stuff

Yes, who could have guessed? Bunnings sells a wide range of smart home tech, including from Eufy, Ring, Swann, Orion, Philips and Arlo, ranging from flashes to cameras to smart doorknobs.

This sort of makes the most sense out of any tech category given that a lot of smart home stuff pairs nicely with DIY (as in, best paired with removing walls or outlets).

Bunnings probably has heaps more tech, but those were the highlights for us.

Unfortunately, you can’t order sausage rolls online yet.

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